Micron 99- Lord Jim Winning the Big Banana Trophy and the Grant Thornton Trophy at the Antigua Sailing Week
In image: The prize giving in which the crew are showing the crowd the T shirts on which the image of “Lord Jim “ the 73 foot Alden schooner is projected .
Congratulations To Cary Byerly, Sir Robbie Ferron and the Lord Jim - Micron 99 Team!
The winner of The Lord Nelson Trophy - Sergio Sagramoso's Puerto Rican Melges 32, Lazy Dog.
Ross Applebey's Oyster 48, Scarlet Oyster left the stage with a huge haul of silverware for their efforts including: The Governor General's Cup for first overall in CSA 5, Best British Race Charter Yacht, Royal Southern Yacht Club Shield Trophy for the Inter-Yacht Club Challenge and the Peter Deeth Trophy for 2nd overall in CSA 1-6.
Sir Peter Harrison's Super Maxi Sojana racing in CSA 1 trophy haul included: the Curtain Bluff Trophy for the overall win in CSA 1, The Corum Cup for winning overall in CSA 1-6, and the Fletcher Trophy for Best British Yacht.
Team Island Water World won the class and Best Caribbean Boat in Start Boat A. Spirit was the Best Antiguan Boat in Start Boat A.
The K3 Foundation, racing Kialoa III and Clint Brooks' Bajan TP52 Conviction had a fantastic regatta; both yachts scoring seven bullets to win their respective classes, CSA 2 and CSA 3.
Winning the Dream Yacht Charter Trophy and one week Bareboat charter from Antigua was Mike Cannon & Neil Harvey's KHS&S Contractors from Florida, USA.
The 51st edition of Antigua Sailing Week will take place from April 28th to May 4th, 2018.