PORT OF ENTRY
Antigua's Sailing Capital
English Harbour is a natural harbour and settlement on the island of Antigua known for being the center of boating, particularly yachting. There are two sheltered deep-water harbours nearby, English Harbour itself and Falmouth Harbour.
English Harbour is Antigua’s bustling tourist town with its own charm and character. It is an official port of entry for the country with a wide variety of restaurants and bars that contribute to a lively nightlife; there is also an array of local businesses with features to service homeowners and yacht owners alike. It is home to one of the world’s largest annual sailing regattas known as “The Antigua Sailing Week” which celebrated 50 years in 2017.
Both English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour are located within the islands largest designated National Parks area, dotted with many historic sites and buildings such as the Nelson’s Dockyard, the only fully restored Georgian naval facility in the world, and in 2017 it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site. The history, charm and sophistication of the area all contribute to making English Harbour an exclusive destination for visitors and a dream investment for property owners.