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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

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Antigua/Galley Bay

Swimwear must be covered for breakfast and lunch. At dinner, no swimwear, and collared short/polo shirts for men, long trousers, for ladies, generally smart casual, no Bermuda type shorts.I must say...
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Packing for a 1 day stop

Aqua shoes were nice to have on the kayak trip as we needed them to get to the snorkeling spotSwim wear for the beach, a hat with a string that ties under your chin to protect you from the sun and...
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Under Water Camera!

Anytime you find you are running out of room, try using a good quality plastic bag, fill it with your things, then use a vaccum and suck all of the air out you will be amazed at all you can carry like...
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Swim Shirts

I am very light skinned and just five minutes in the sun can turn me Lobster red. During our last trip to Hawaii my wife found me some nice UV swim shirts(both long and short sleeved) to cover up...
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Insect Repellant

Insect Repellant is a must here. The resorts usually fog for bus but that doesn't stop the mosquitoes and sand fleas from biting. We always bring OFF and spray it liberally during the day and...
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Medical Essentials

I always joke that my wife carries around a pharmacy in her bag but it is usually a godsend. There is always a trip that requires a bandaid, some cortisone cream or an antibiotic ointment for a cut...
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Packing for a Island Vacation

Depending on the length of stay. We spent a week at an all inclusive resort so we had a large suitcase and a rollaboard. We dressed for the weather with light, cool clothing for the heat and humidity....
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Packing for An Island Getaway

A large suitcase and a garment bag sufficed for us. Pack light clothing for the tropical heat, flip flops, sandals, shorts, water shoes and swimwear. Shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothbrush &...
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Sun Block

The one thing my wife packs quite plentifully is sun block. Sun Block is an absolute must. We carry tons of it when travelleing in a high SPF that is waterproof for both face and body. Make sure...
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Underwater Camera

An underwater camera is a must for all of our travels but definitely for a beach getaway. Having an underwater camera allows a no worry vacaction if you get it wet by the pool or beach. It also is...
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Resort Dress Codes

Depending on what resort you are staying; check ahead for dress codes posted on their websites. At our particular resort it is required for men to wear collared shirts, long pants and closed shoes in...
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swimming gear, light clothing, sandles for day.Shirts needed for restaurant meals out for the menAnything goes really for ladies. No problem with getting anything you need thereTake insect repellant...
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Love to wear the leather sandals, but this hat came in handy to shade my face because the sun was very strong... ok, I am just showing off my kung-fu! *the cruise ship just caught the picture I...
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If you are flying from the UK on a Charter flight, do not exceed the baggage allowance and make sure your hand luggage does not exceed the stipulated weight and dimensions. UK Charter operators all...
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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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"365 Days of Beaches"
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"Antigua for a Day!"
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"AntigA with U"
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"Antigua Wedding 2004"
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