Antigua Sailing Week Win For Dream Yacht Charter

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Antigua Sailing Week is over for another year and will be remembered for its usual mix of incredible sailing, exciting racing and lively party atmosphere on shore. Antigua Sailing Week is the Caribbean’s longest running sailing regatta – 2019 marks its 52nd year – and its most prestigious. It is also one of the most loved races in the world with the event attracting entrants from all over the world. This year, teams from 21 different countries competed and the conditions were simply spectacular for the international fleet. The trade winds blew for all six racing days and there were some thrilling contests.

We are proud to announce that Dream Yacht Charter, a long-term official bareboat sponsor, recorded some fantastic results on the leaderboard.

“Congratulations to all those racing in Antigua Sailing Week this year. Fantastic results were achieved and we were pleased to hear that competitors with Dream Yacht Charter boats won first, second and third place in bareboat 3, as well as overall bareboat class. First and third places were also won in the bareboat 2 class.This was thrilling sailing from everyone in a glorious setting. This regatta really is at the heart of Caribbean sailing and a prestigious event.

– Loic Bonnet, CEO and founder of Dream Yacht Charter

Dream Yacht Charter Results: Antigua Sailing Week

Bareboat 3 class

  • Germany’s Hans Steidle won the bareboat 3 class with KH+P Barbuda, Dufour 412.
  • KH+P Barbuda also won the bareboat class overall and the Dream Yacht Charter trophy, together with a voucher for one week’s bareboat charter from Antigua Sailing Week 2020.
  • Michael Cannon and Neil Harvey from the US who were racing KHS+S Contractors Bermuda, Dufour 412 took second position. The have previously won bareboat overall in 2017 and 2018 aboard Dream Yacht Charter boats.
  • Germany’s Andreas Hofmann came in third position with Hawking, Dufour 425.

Bareboat 2 class

  • Peter Zauner won with Tintoret, Dufour 500, and came third overall in the bareboat class
  • Jakob Oetiker came third with KH+P Botero, Dufour 520
  • Brian Smith came fifth with Modrian, Beneteau 51.1

Antigua Sailing Week 2020

Antigua Sailing Week 2020 will take place on April 25th – May 1st. It’s important to book as early as you can to secure your charter yacht. Contact our reservations team with any queries or to ask for a quick quote.

Check out all the action in the 2019 Antigua Sailing Week Final Wrap Film below

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