ANTIGUA & BARBUDA MARINE ASSOCIATION

SERVING YACHTING VISITORS AND THE MARINE INDUSTRY
 
Antigua is one of the principal yachting and sailing centres in the Caribbean. Here at the Antigua and Barbuda Marine Association (ABMA) our objective is to develop, promote and protect the marine industry and the marine environment in Antigua and Barbuda. With our membership of over 80 businesses based in Antigua and Barbuda, we work together to ensure that time and again Antigua maintains its reputation as the sailing destination of choice to the discerning yachtsman.
  

NON-PROFIT ORGANSATION
 
The ABMA is a non-profit organisation, and as such relies on fees from our membership programme along with donations, and money raised at our many events – from Family Sail Away Days to Black Tie Balls - to fund the work we do.


MAKING WAVES
 
In the past few months the ABMA has worked hard with the National Parks Authority and the Government of Antigua and Barbuda to ensure that all boats arriving for the first time in Antiguan waters, can re-fuel at DUTY-FREE prices. This is just one example of the good works the Association does.

 
MEMBERS WELCOME
 
The ABMA continues to need new members.
For further information contact us to find out the benefits and costs of joining the ABMA.
 
To get an update on the latest in Marine and Sailing in Antigua Visit our website.
 

 

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news and specials

MEMBER SURVEY & END OF SEASON STATE OF THE INDUSTRY MEETING

Friday 1st May 2020
See the quick updates on a new survey, the date to put in your diary, and the latest official update...
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UPDATE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION

Wednesday 22nd April 2020
New procedures have been formulated for an Extension of Stay Permit in Antigua and Barbuda. ...
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URGENT INFORMATION FOR CRUISERS DURING THE LOCKDOWN

Thursday 2nd April 2020
Vessels that has to move will be required to provide the Coast Guards with the following info listed...
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CLARIFICATION ON ESSENTIAL SERVICES IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY

Monday 30th March 2020
Seaport Workers as listed in the advisory covers marinas & marine and yachting services. ...
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URGENT MARITIME ADVISORY

Monday 30th March 2020
Antigua and Barbuda borders closed to pleasure craft. Cruising permits only valid for Antigua....
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