In the end it was a good result for us. We finished 2nd. on the water , and 4th on corrected time  in a very competitive class with lots of local fast boats - real racers . 

Today relaxation at Pigeon Point beach thanks to Guillaume and Claudine  at Catherine's Cafe, before sailing towards St Barth and then  the next race in St Maarten - the Heineken regatta.
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3 of the best bars left near English Harbour? Feel free to comment!

According to James Henderson of the Telegraph Travel section

Mad Mongoose 

Right at the heart of the "strip", on the junction of Falmouth and English Harbour, Mad Mongoose is a lively, brightly-painted (yellow and blue) roadside establishment. It sees a mixed crowd of tourists, islanders and yachties, who come in for live music (Fridays) and dancing, fired by rum punch and Caribbean beers. 

Address: English Harbour
Contact: 001 268 463 7900;
Prices: EC$5-10
Opening times: evenings daily, lunch in season




Galley Bar 

The Galley Bar has a lovely setting in Nelson’s Dockyard, where sailors have enjoyed a drink or two for centuries. The pretty open-sided bar is surrounded by cannon, copper boilers and palms. The place heaves during happy hour, between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

Address: Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbour
Contact: 001 268 460 1533
Prices: EC$5-15
Opening times: all day


A long-standing favourite on the main strip in English Harbour, Abrabadabra is an Italian restaurant that dims the lights for films and then later becomes a lively music venue featuring Caribbean DJs.

Address: Dockyard Drive, English Harbour
Contact: 001 268 460 2701
Prices: EC$5-10
Opening times:7pm–11pm Mon-Thurs; 7pm-4am on Fridays and Saturdays

The regatta

The team before the regatta -now they are back in Antigua relaxing in the bar after quite a tough time beating the waves.

The team before the regatta -now they are back in Antigua relaxing in the bar after quite a tough time beating the waves.

If you would like to see some videos from the regatta please go to :

But the most amazing is:

 Phaedo3 breaks RORC Caribbean 600 Multihull Record


Lloyd Thornburg's MOD 70, Phaedo3 crossed the finish line in Antigua at 20:35:30 AST on 24th February 2015 in an elapsed time of 1 day, 9 hours, 35 minutes and 30 seconds.

Phaedo3 has broken the multihull race record set by Claude Thelier and John Burnie's ORMA 60, Region Guadeloupe by 6 hours, 35 minutes and 35 seconds.