April 20, 2018: ANTIGUA - The 51st Edition of Antigua Sailing Week kicks off on Saturday, April 28th. A truly international fleet of 122 entries from 25 countries has already arrived at Nelson's Dockyard in Antigua. Entries range in size from 115' to 22' and will take part in a new racing format offering a variety of course options suited for the various classes. The yacht, regardless of size, type, or division, that comes in first in the most competitive class will receive the Lord Nelson Trophy. For the first time in 2015, the trophy went to Sleeper, a CS-40 competing in Division B.
The largest yacht competing is the 115-foot Sojana owned by Peter Harrison (GBR) and the smalles yacht is 22-foot Calypso, owned by local Antiguan Steve Carson.