Aschanti IV won the Locman watch as first prize in classic schooner class

Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta closed with a prizegiving ceremony

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07/04/2022 - 08:37
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The Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta wrapped up on Sunday evening with a prizegiving ceremony attended by a huge crowd who were welcomed by the Chairman, Carlo Falcone who introduced His Excellency Sir Rodney Williams, Governor-General of Antigua & Barbuda to present the awards.

Aschanti IV, the beautiful 114' staysail schooner built in 1954, won first place Locman watch in her classic schooner class as well as the Lyman Morse-Wayfarer Trophy for the lowest corrected time overall in vintage and classic class.

Dragon class challenge winners
Dragon class challenge winners

The Antigua Dragon Yacht Club Challenge winners came up on stage to receive their awards with Rocco Falcone representing Antigua Yacht Club successfully defending his 2019 winning place, Filippo Amonti of Cortina Yacht Club taking second place and Jules Mitchell of Monaco Yacht Club coming third.

Columbia won 3rd place in classic schooner class and a special mention Locman watch award
Columbia won 3rd place in classic schooner class and a special mention Locman watch award

On behalf of the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta committee we thank you all for particpating this year and hope to see you back same time next year (March 29-April 2, 2023) bringing as many of your fellow classic yacht enthusiasts as you can.

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