Location: Falmouth Harbour, Antigua
Today marked the start of our final adventure on Argo, the preparations for the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta began in Earnest as the students woke up to finish some final parts of the boat off to perfection for our arrival on the dock alongside beautiful Yachts from around the world, the Spirit of Tradition Ketch Rebecca is on our port side and behind us, shipped from Monaco is Tuigo, a traditional classic which is one of the only other boats racing that doesn’t have winches and motors to help them raise sails. With flags flying proudly, we fitted snugly in with this crowd of premium yachts. The skippers briefing was tonight and I found out which yachts was going to be in our class and what the courses would be. The first race tomorrow is The Old Road which should be a nice sail except for the short upwind leg. Our start time isn’t until 11:15 but we will be pushing off the dock around 0800 with professional photographer in tow, so keep your eyes peeled in magazines over the next few weeks and you could see some up close and personal shots of the shipmates doing what they’ve learned how to do best, sail Argo like a crew!
Related VoyageView All Voyages
via Antigua, Aruba, Jamaica, Cuba, Bahamas, BVI
This is the trip for the adventurer who's looking for more -you'll explore the Lesser Antilles, The ABC Islands, Jamaica, Cayman the Bahamas and the British Virgin Islands. You'll scuba dive (day and night) among century-old shipwrecks, hike one of the world's only two boiling lakes, and absorb the history, geography and culture of the islands along the way. Sailing full circle, you'll compete in the world-famous Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta at the adventure's climax.View Details