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Antigua & Barbuda is an independent Caribbean nation of 108 square miles (Antigua) and 68 square miles (Barbuda) with a beautiful, unspoiled coastline providing many safe and scenic anchorages with some of the most stunning beaches in the Caribbean.
For many years Antigua has been one of the top destinations in the world for yacht chartering, racing and cruising. Keeping up with the demands of a growing yachting industry, we have developed a large range of high quality marine services. Nelson's Dockyard is the only working Georgian dockyard in the world and has recently undergone major restoration of the sea wall as well as improving it's shore facilities for visiting yachts.
There are seven privately run marinas, some able to accommodate super-yachts of 70m+ with drafts of 7m.
The Antigua & Barbuda Marine Guide is an annual magazine for yachting visitors to our island. Published by Lightwave Publications Ltd. since 1994, it is intended as an informative guide, listing marine services and supplies, places to visit and things to see and do. There are many anchorages and marinas from which to choose. The Guide describes recommended anchorages and what you expect to find ashore. The sailing directions are only to be used in conjunction with official charts and pilot books.
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