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Private Half-Day Yacht Charter in Antigua
"Arrive at your private yacht either at 8:30am or 1pm depending on your selected departure time.Sail out of the harbor and head east or west along coast to superb swim stops. Enjoy the scenic sail relax sit back or take the wheel and drive your own private yacht. Weather permitting you will be able to see Nelson's dockyard from the water you will also learn a bit about Antigua's history from our local crew. On returning to Falmouth Harbor you will be wowed by the incredible Superyachts of the rich and famous lining the docks. Then it's back to base to have a look at your photos b"""Have your own private yacht for half a day in Antigua! Cruise the warm blue waters of Antigua on your own private 40-foot sailing yacht. Our friendly crew will ensure that you do as much or as little as you want. Enjoy scenic snorkel stops and white palm fringed beaches. With rum punch
From $550.00
 
Private Full-Day Yacht Charter in Antigua
"A taxi from your hotel will bring you through the heart of Antigua to the bustling Falmouth Harbour where you will see the superyachts of the rich and famous as well as local life in Antigua. At the Antigua Yacht Club Marina you will board your yacht and cruise the warm blue waters of Antigua on your own private 40-foot sailing yacht. You can customize your itinerary for the day to meet all of your needs. Your friendly crew will ensure that you do as much or as little as you macaroni cheese pie and barbecued sweet corn. Complimentary rum punch and water will be available on deck and hands-on sailing is also included! Take the wheel as you sail past the superyachts lining the docks or sail around Nelsons Harbour and learn all about it's history from the knowledgeable local crew. This is a trip you will not forget!""""Relax on your own private yacht for the day! Cruise the warm blue waters of Antigua on your own private 40-foot sailing yacht. Your friendly crew will ensure that you do as much or as little as you want. Enjoy scenic snorkel stops and white palm fringed water and hands-on sailing all included
From $925.00
 
Yacht Sailing Lessons in Antigua
"After a short trip through Antigua via taxi you will be introduced to your 40-foot yachts for the day and your friendly and professional crew. Take the helm man a rope and explore the warm blue waters whilst learning to sail the yacht. This tour is great for people who have never sailed but will also tick the boxes for the more experienced sailor as it is so hands on. You will sail around Falmouth and English Harbors taking in the historic Nelson's dockyard (subject to weather) and the stunning superyachts lining the docks. Enjoy refreshing rum punch locally made and interact with your fantastic Antiguan crew. This is a must do on your vacation!""""Try something new on your vacation. Explore the blue waters of the Caribbean on a 40-foot sailing yacht. Take the helm
From $120.00

More Local Customs in Antigua and Barbuda

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Airport Departure Tax

Antigua & Barbuda has a US$28.00 airport departure tax which is payable before you go through security at the airport. You are handed a yellow voucher to hand to immigration as you are stamped out of...
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Rum Punch

Every Island I have visited in the Caribbean has their own version of Rum Punch. I am a fan of the drink and love to see how each island brings their own twist to it. It also depends on where your...
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It's Always Lobster Season Here

Some islands in the Caribbean have restrictions on what months Lobster can be caught and served. Antigua does not have these restrictions so it is always Lobster Season. I know my wife appreciates...
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Dress Appropriately

If you're just hanging at the beach or your resort beach attire is just fine. If you wandering around town, shops and restaurants ; cover up. It is frowned upon and considered rude if you walk around...
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Fresh Coconut Water

During our stay in Antigua we had the pleasure of drinking some fresh coconut water. The resort had a Caribbean festival during the day that invited local vendors and artisans to the resort. One of...
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Rum Punch

Ahh...Rum Punch; what you should drinks on a Caribbean vacation. Rum Punch is a favorite of ours and is always made differently depending on what island we are visiting.During our stay in Antigua; we...
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Sunday at the beach

On sundays many of Antigua & Barbuda's citizens will come with their families to the beach, and so it gets pretty crowded on the popular ones - like the clear watered Pineapple beach in the southeast,...
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Local Pronunciation is an-TEE-gə

I don't know how to illustrate this tip, but the island name is NOT pronounced as you might think if you just sounded it out.Antigua, is Spanish for 'Ancient'. The local pronunciation isn't...
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Nice people, but the expect your respect

Antiguans are friendly, but can be taken aback if you haggle on prices excessively or if they somehow get the impression that you are not showing them respect. While tourist areas in some of the other...
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be prepared

Be prepared for a very relaxed way of doing things. I was dating an antiguan who worked at the hotel i was staying at. She was the front desk person and on several occasions i would drop in to visit...
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Vendors

People will ask you to check out their stalls/goods, but they are also very kind at going away if you decline. Don't be intimidated, just a polite 'no thankyou' will be enough. Get chatting to the...
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Horrendous roads

The roads are absolutely appalling - full of potholes. Apparently no one pays taxes on this island, so the money isn't available to maintain the roads. Suggest you hire a car for one day. This way you...
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The word 'Obey' means a ghost...

The word 'Obey' means a ghost or spirit . . . Because of this, they do not include the word obey in the wedding vows . . . I found this to be quite amusing as my husband really didin't . . . Poetic...
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Cricket

If you are interested in cricket, like me, then you will love the locals. Both men and women alike love the sport. Antigua was the birthplace of two of the all-time greats of the game - batsman Sir...
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Popular Cities in Antigua and Barbuda

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Saint John's

Parish of Saint John
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Antigua Island

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Bolans

Parish of Saint Mary
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Top Hotels in Antigua and Barbuda

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P O BOX 147, Dickenson Bay, St. John's, Caribbean
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Five Islands P.O. Box. 305, Antigua Island, ag
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Indian Town Rd, Saint Philip, Caribbean
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Valley Church, Bolans, Caribbean
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Johnsons Point, Antigua and Barbuda
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Top Things to Do in Antigua and Barbuda

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Devil's Bridge

Located in Saint Phillip Parish, at the north-eastern point of Antigua, there is quite an interesting natural sight called Devil's Bridge: a natural arch carved by the rough sea and waves crashing...
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Stingray City

The highlight of my trip to Antigua was to go swimming with stingrays... the place to go is called Stingray City Antigua (horrible name) and it is run by local people. At set hours during the day they...
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Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is a spectacular scenic beach in Saint Phillip Parish. A perfect crescent that has been turned into a national park. Clear waters, white sand and perfect to bodysurf. The best part is...
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Top 5 Antigua and Barbuda Writers

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"Antigua - on a shoestring"
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cjg1

"365 Days of Beaches"
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mazzap

"Antigua for a Day!"
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grandmaR

"AntigA with U"
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CADspark

"Antigua Wedding 2004"
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