Registration Open for Diamond 60th Antigua Charter Yacht Show

By George Bains

This December, the Antigua Charter Yacht Show celebrates its Diamond Anniversary, with brokers, vendors and captains now able to register for the special event.

The Antigua Charter Yacht Show will be held at the UNESCO Heritage site of Nelson’s Dockyard from 4th to 9thDecember 2021. The 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Celebration will highlight the success of the past, toasting a long-lived tradition of beauty, culture, history, partnerships, relationships, and family.

Registration is now open for the Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting via the Online Registration Portal. Those who register before August 31 will take advantage of a special offer, paying only 60% of the registration fee.

There is a fully-packed schedule of events to look forward to, offering attendees a chance to network with industry professionals, gain valuable insights, as well as having some fun in the process.

The annual exhibition is a headline event in the yachting calendar, offering the opportunity to see and inspect leading charter yachts first-hand while soaking up the ambience of one of the world’s leading charter destinations.

Antigua is part of the lush island group known as the Leeward Islands, so named for their prevailing winds which blow from the east. This is a spectacular tropical hideaway that attracts a well-heeled crowd with its stunning white sand beaches, turquoise waters and lavish resorts.

Lying east of the Virgin Islands and north of Barbados, Antigua is a thrilling place to begin an exploration of the breath-taking Leeward Island group. Exuding an energetic and vibrant island culture that travellers of all kinds are sure to enjoy, Antigua's spectacular landscapes include a dazzling coastline packed with charming harbour towns and fishing villages, a protective and nearly unbroken wall of coral reef, and a different beach for every day of the year.

You can discover more about Antigua as a superyacht destination by watching the SY Original series Antigua & Barbuda InDepth here.

By George Bains