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A retrospective of the 52nd Antigua Sailing Week

by Antigua Sailing Week 11 May 10:33 PDT 27 April - 3 May 2019
Overall winner of 2019 Antigua Sailing Week - Sir Peter Harrison's Sojana © Paul Wyeth / pwpictures.com

Time to take a look back. Can you believe that it's only a week ago today that it was our last day of racing before our phenomenal prize-giving party took place in Nelson's Dockyard?

In case you are missing the idyllic conditions and the fun social events, we thought we would send you a reminder of the fantastic time we had together. Prepare yourself a glass of your favourite beverage - perhaps a Perfect Storm with English Harbour five year Old Rum and Fever-Tree Ginger beer then turn up the volume to check out the action from Acquafilms and our amazing media team below.

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