New Date Added for Women’s Try Sailing Day

The National Sailing Academy announced it is taking part in Steering the Course, as part of an International Festival of Sailing with the objective of increasing the participation of women in the sport of sailing. The Academy announced a date of May 30th to be the first Women’s Try Sailing Day. Chief Instructor Sylvester Thomas

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Sunset Sunrise and Full Moon Kayak

Revel in the beauty of kayaking into the Sunset and catch the Full Moon on Monday April 26th & 27th starting at 5:30pm (arrived 5.15pm). Moon-set to Sunrise on Tuesday April 27th & 28th. Starting at 5:30 AM (arrival 5:15am)  we will head across the harbour (direction dependent upon wind conditions) and enjoy the sights

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EC$5000 raised on the Inaugural Sailability Treasure Hunt

The Sailability Treasure Hunt has been hailed a success by the director of Sailabilty Bob Bailey. “ We are absolutely blown away by the level of support financially, raising just over EC$5000. But more than that we are delighted by the level of support from across the community of Antigua and Barbuda and we were

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Rowing an ocean to learn to sail

Who would have thought one of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge rowers would arrive in Antigua bruised, battered and elated as part of the fours team ‘Bristol Gulls’ only to decide that while in Antigua the next thing on the bucket list was learning to sail. While Sarah Hunt, an engineer at Rolls Royce in

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New Sailing Hours and Operations at the NSA

We want to give an update on what is happening at the National Sailing Academy. Two weeks ago the Government requested all schools to close and hence our group classes both for the Schools Programme and the Sailability Programme are discontinued until schools re-open. Private lessons and equipment hire including Lasers, RS Zests, RS Fevas,

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