The Notice of Race is now available by clicking here.  Kicking off the 53rd Antigua Sailing Week on Saturday, April 25, the Peters & May Round Antigua Race is separately scored and is open to spinnaker only classes of  CSA, Multihull and Double-handed.

Trophies will be awarded for line honours and best corrected time for overall CSA and Multi-hull around the 53 nautical mile course. For the fifth consecutive year, the Peters & May trophy will be awarded to the CSA yacht with the best corrected time. The trophies will be presented at the award ceremony the evening of the race in UNESCO Heritage site, Nelson’s Dockyard.

Zingara, Conviction,BAR 61300,TP52,CSA 1,

To enter the 2020 Peters & May Round Antigua Race click here.


As the official shipping and logistics partner to Antigua Sailing Week, Peters & May once again look forward to working alongside new and regular clients shipping their yachts to and from the Caribbean on regular Transatlantic Sailings.

Peters & May offer discounted shipping for any boat fully entered into Antigua Sailing Week with a further discount for a round-trip transatlantic shipment.

With a selection of Westbound and Eastbound Sailings, the experienced team are able to provide a sailing to suit you – whether that be shipping your yacht to the Caribbean ahead of ASW or shipping her back to Europe or the US following the race. Peters & May are renowned for record breaking sailings, 2018 saw a popular 52 Yacht Sailing from Antigua to Southampton.

View sailings below and contact the team for a quote:


Genoa – Loading window 1st – 10th Dec 2019
Palma +3 days
St Thomas +14 days
Fort Lauderdale +5 days

TW1910 A
Southampton – Loading window 1st – 15th Dec 2019
La Rochelle +2 days
Antigua +14 days
Tortola +2 days
Fort Lauderdale +5 days (subject to inducement)

TW1910 B
Rotterdam – Loading window 15th – 18th Dec 2019
La Rochelle +2 days
Fort Lauderdale +14 days
Freeport +1 day

La Rochelle – Loading window 2nd – 15th Jan 2020
Tortola +14 days
Fort Lauderdale +5 days

Genoa or Palma – Loading window 5th – 20th Jan 2020
Antigua +14 days (subject to inducement)
Fort Lauderdale +5 days


Fort Lauderdale – Loading window 1st – 15th Mar 2020
Antigua +5 days
Palma +14 days
Genoa +3 days

TE2004 A – Post Les Voiles de St. Barths
Fort Lauderdale – Loading window 14th – 25th Apr 2020
Antigua +5 days
Palma +14 days
Genoa +3 days

TE2004 B – Post Les Voiles de St. Barths
St Thomas or Antigua – Loading window 20th – 30th Apr 2020
Fort Lauderdale +5 days (subject to inducement)
Newport, RI +7days

TE2005 A – Post Antigua Sailing Week 2020
Fort Lauderdale – Loading window 1st – 15th May 2020
Antigua +5 days
Palma +14 days
Genoa +3 days

TE2005 B – Post Antigua Sailing Week 2020
Fort Lauderdale – Loading window 25th Apr – 5th May 2020
Antigua +5 days
Southampton +12 days
Antwerp / Bremerhaven Range – subject to inducement

All load dates are +/- 7 days, transit times and port rotations are AGW, WP, subject to change.


We are making Club Class even more attractive for its fourth year. The Club Class which pioneered in 2017 is being expanded and improved for 2020. This Class is open to sailors who want to participate in the on-the-water action but who may not take their racing as seriously as others and don’t want to incur all the usual expenses. Highlights of the Class Rules are:

  • The entry fee is US $7 per foot of measured overall length.
  • The Class will be scored using Variable Simplified CSA Handicap. Boats without a full CSA Rating must request a CSA Simplified Rating to be issued prior to the first day’s racing at a cost of US $50.
  • Boats may enter as jib and main (pole or no pole) only or with spinnakers.
  • There will be one race per day for the Class with no throw-outs.
  • Courses will be shorter with less emphasis on windward/leeward performance.
  • COMPLETE RULES can be found here.

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