The Yachting Industry Of Antigua and Barbuda Is open For Business

The Antigua and Barbuda Maritime Association say that despite the recent cancellation of Antigua's sailing week, the yachting industry is still open for business.


“Our marinas and supporting marine service businesses remain open and with our many anchorages around both islands it’s possible to enjoy charters between both islands and there still be enough space to socially distance. The refit business, sail training operations including RYA keelboat and dinghy courses, MCA and STCW all continue year-round,” said Frankly Brathwaite, President of the ABMA.


Antigua and Barbuda is well suited for yachts that need summer dock space, mooring or takeout and storage.


The yachting industry itself has been operating efficiently since the beginning of the pandemic, following all protocols.


The Antigua and Barbuda Maritime Association represents private sector organizations in the yachting industry and is committed to the responsible protection, development and improvement of Antigua and Barbuda's maritime industry and environment.


Source: caribjournal