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Antigua Charter Yacht Show Is Around the Corner

Antigua Show Management (ASM) will be making an appearance at this year's Genoa Boat Show

Yacht industry professionals should be inking their agendas for the Antigua Charter Yacht Show. The show, that is scheduled to start on December 5th, will run for 5 days, and is expecting to have upwards of 150 yachts from all over the world in attendance.

To generate an adequate buzz about the event, representatives from Antigua Show Management (ASM) will be making an appearance at the Genoa Boat Show (that is scheduled to take place at the end of this month). ASM will have their own booth at theGenoa show. They are confident that their showing in Genoa will help expose them to international representatives of other yachting districts.

One of the highlights scheduled for the December show is the Annual Concours de Chef Competition, sponsored by Boats International and Antigua based Best Cellars Wines & Spirits. The event, carried over a four-day period, will include a sophisticated cook-off between all of the charter yacht chefs.

Yachts that are expected at the show will be coming from as near as Mexico and Chile, and as far as Bali. For more information log on to

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Alicia Nolan is the managing editor of YV&C - International Yacht Vacations & Charters Magazine. She has been a sports fishing and charter fan since early ages. Alicia authored a number of charter stories for YV&C, including several sports fishing articles. She lives in New Jersey and Fort Lauderdale and can be reached at alicia(at)

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