Off to a Flying Start

The 2018 Antigua Bermuda started on Wednesday 9th May off Fort Charlotte, Antigua. Brilliant sunshine and 20 knots of trade winds combined to produce a spectacular start for the 14 yachts and 96 sailors competing in the 935 nautical mile oceanic race. Eager to begin the adventure, a highly... Read more

935 miles

And they are off! Today marked the start of the second edition of the Antigua Bermuda Race. For five AAR-Crews, this 935-miles offshore race is the ultimate test before facing the Atlantic Ocean. The forecast for the next days looks promising for a fast-paced first half of the regatta. With winds... Read more

Record breaking conditions forecast

Record breaking conditions are forecast for the second edition of the Antigua Bermuda Race, with strong easterly trades expected to provide fast reaching conditions for the first two days of the 935 nautical mile oceanic race. High pressure east of Bermuda is expected to decrease the gradient wind,... Read more

AAR Crews line up for Antigua Bermuda Race

When the starting gun will go off from the historic Fort Charlotte in Antigua on May 9th, numerous AAR-Veterans and runner-ups will be on the starting line to face the challenge of this new offshore-regatta.  Being held for the first time in 2017, the Antigua Bermuda Race (ABR) is a relatively new... Read more

First sail for Sponsors and Supporters

It was still a bit wet and cold when the three J/70 keelboats approached the small harbour of the Norddeutsche Regattaverein at the Alster lake yesterday evening. With temperatures of around 5 degrees and last bits of ice still melting away, sailing wasn’t the obvious choice on how to spend a... Read more

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