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Operational At Last!
Date: 22nd February, 2014
A Major Milestone for the Sailing Academy
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Secure Payments Page
Date: 1st January, 2014
We have now added a secure 'Payments' page to our website for Visa or MasterCard. This can be used when booking accommodation, watersports activities, 100 Club payments etc.
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Accommodation available
Date: 1st October, 2013
Following the move of the Sailing Academy to its own Headquarters in Dockyard Drive, English Harbour, we can now offer onsite accommodation.
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Challenger Team wins Premiers Cup
Date: 18th July, 2013
Racing on IC24's, the Challenger team of teenahe sailors won the Premiers Cup in Tortola, B.V.I. There were 10 teams from 9 Islands taking part and competition was keen in the light airs. Please see the press report below
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Antigua Sailing Week
Date: 5th May, 2013
After a week's racing in fabulous conditions, Digicel Challenger, with its team of teenage sailors aged 12 to 18 years, were placed equal third on points in the 'hottest' class in the regatta. First in class was the overall winner of the regatta, and in second place was last year's overall winner.
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WELCOME

The National Sailing Academy offers the opportunity for Antiguan school children to learn  swimming and sailing free of charge. 

In 2010 the Government of Antigua & Barbuda  added sailing & swimming to the list of National Sports.  This allows these sports to be included in every school’s curriculum.

To facilitate this, the National Sailing Academy was incorporated as an independent non-profit charitable organization which is administered by a volunteer board. 

The potential benefits of this programme are manifold – to both the Antiguan community and the Yachting Industry,  which is growing year by year.   No other sport in Antigua can offer our young people the number & variety of employment opportunities – as well as becoming competitive racing sailors, they could, in time, become captains, crew, bosuns, engineers, riggers, sailmakers, sailing instructors etc.etc.   The first step is to get them involved in the sport. 

The Academy is being funded by donations from yachts, individuals, groups and businesses – both in Antigua and overseas. 

Please see our 'Support' page for details of how you may help us reach our goal.

 

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