IAN HENDERSON'S REPORT ON HIS EXPERIENCE AT NONSUCH BAY RESORT AND SAILING WEEKWednesday 14th December 2011
Need any help deciding if you should visit Antigua next year.
Check out journalist, Ian Henderson's report on his experience this year: It’s been said that if something floats or flies, you should rent it – advice which is disregarded by many a multimillionaire, to the relief of high-end boat and plane makers all over the world. Sales of G6 jets and Wally yachts seem to have survived most economic crises – and once you’ve bought them, of course you need somewhere to take them. Th e Med in summer and the Caribbean in the northern hemisphere’s winter months beckon; both have ports and places to see and be seen, from film festivals to sailing regattas.
Both have a spiritual centre: for the Mediterranean it’s always been Cannes (although newcomers like Montenegro are coming up fast) and for the Caribbean it’s arguably Antigua. As an island, Antigua has it all: 365 beautiful beaches, an international airport with a decent runway, excellent stealth-wealth hideaway hotels, a relatively stable economy (with few extradition)... Continue to read here
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