Wednesday 10th May, 2006


Big week for sailors

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 of the star attraction in this year’s Angostura’s sail week.

The annual Angostura Tobago Sail Week ‘The Spirit of Racing’ celebrates its 24th anniversary this year.

The regatta takes place at the Crown Point Beach Hotel from Sunday to Friday and promises the perfect blend of superb racing and excellent on-shore fun.

It attracts yachts from as far as Europe, Britain and the United States and has the largest racing class in the Southern Caribbean.

Many foreign racing class boats are participating in the regatta including a boat of note “Storm”, Caribbean-built and owned by American, Les Crouch, which rivals some of the best in its class and has a racing record which is the envy of most.

On opening day is the Skippers Briefing and the regatta kicks off for four days of sailing on Monday with a “Lay Day on Wednesday.

Race classes include Racing, Charter, Cruising/Comfort Cruising and Cruiser-Racer.

Details of races and events plus articles and photos are on the website,

Without sponsors it would not be possible to have this event and the title sponsor is Angostura Caribbean Club.

Other sponsors who contribute to the success of the regatta include the Tobago House of Assembly and their input over the years on a committee level has been invaluable,Tobago Hilton, CLICO, Carib, Pepsi, Lucozade, Water One, FT Farfan and, “on board” this year TSTT bMobile, Yacht Services Association of T&T (YSATT), Chaguaramas Boatyards (Power Boats, Peake Yacht Services, Coral Cove Marina, Industrial Marine Services and Crews Inn).

The businesses that contribute to the success of the regatta are the Tourism Development Company, Power Boats, Crown Point Beach Hotel, Johnston’s Apartments, Golden Caribbean and Virgin Holidays

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