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We're back in Antigua by the middle of the Classics Week and as we approach from Guadeloupe we meet the days racers battling it out in the Atlantic swells and 20 knot breeze. It is a sight to behold and always remember.

On a calm and sunny Sunday afternoon we watch the procession of the majestic Yachts into English Harbour. A perfect setting for the event. After the offshore racing finishes the fun starts at the Gig and rowing races next to the Admirals Inn. Cream teas mixed with cocktails while we all relax and count our blessings.

Chronos - Staysail Ketch
Avenger - Beautiful Gaff Rigged Schooner
AYC the Classics Base Camp
Liveabord Cat SE Asia Style
Freddie - Back in the Saddle!
Blackfish - Taylor 49
Eilean - Bermudan Ketch
Eros - 103ft Staysail Schooner
The Blue Peter - 65ft Milne Cutter
Traditional Carriacou Sloop
Severine - Alden 54 Two Masted Gaff Scho
Arrluuk - Herreshoff Bounty Ketch 58
Columbia - Gloucester Fishing Schooner
Beautiful Yawl
Vendia - Danish Fishing Boat
Ocean Star - Schooner
Lazy Leg - Hinckley Bermudan Yawl
Rhea - Staysail Schooner
Charm III - Anguilla Staysail Schooner
Gigs almost ready!
Prepping the Gigs
Gig Hull#1 - the Template
The Swedish Bombshell
Gig Testing
And the Winner is
2nd and 3rd Limp in
Cream Teas at the Admirals Inn
Freddie in the Traditional Dinghy Race
The Final Push to the Line
Ready with the Lines
Setting up a Columbia
Rigged up and ready to go
We're coming in
Approaching the Dock
A Classic Day to Remember
At the Races
Jolly Harbour Marina
Junior Rig Checks
Jolly Rigging Crew#1
Jolly Rigging Crew#2
Rig Checking at Jolly
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