Dream Yacht Charter Signs Three Year Sponsorship Agreement with Antigua Sailing Week

Dream Yacht Charter Signs Three Year Sponsorship Agreement with Antigua Sailing Week
23 Sep 2016

Antigua Sailing Week is delighted to announce a new three-year agreement with Dream Yacht Charter to become the Official Exclusive Bareboat and by the Cabin Charter Sponsor of Antigua Sailing Week through May, 2019.

The Dream Yacht Charter fleet consists of 850 yachts in 47 locations worldwide, many of which have actively participated in Antigua Sailing Week over a number of years. Dream Yacht Charter opened its charter base in Antigua two years ago with yachts available for charter including monohulls and catamarans from manufacturers including Beneteau, Catana (featuring the new Bali 4.3 and 4.5), Dufour, Fountaine Pajot, Jeanneau and Lagoon, to name a few.

Of the sponsorship Dan Lockyer, General Manager, North America says, “Dream Yacht Charter is excited to become the Exclusive Bareboat Charter Sponsor of Antigua Sailing Week. This is an excellent and highly reputable event which epitomises the Caribbean sailing scene. We are particularly pleased to become aligned with this regatta during its 50th Edition which promises to be a wonderful celebration of the event’s rich history. Our goal is to help this event grow over the next three years and beyond while further dedicating our efforts to our growing presence in Antigua and the Caribbean. It is easy to see what an important fixture Antigua Sailing Week has become in hundreds of yachtsmen’s calendars and Dream Yacht Charter is honored to be a partner.” This is a beautiful part of the world to be sailing in. There is certainly a reason why after any yacht broker sales & yacht rentals worldwide, the occupants tend to head to this area.
The announcement is perfectly timed as the Antigua Sailing Week team continues its marketing push for the coming year’s milestone event. Of the new partnership Kathy Lammers, Chairman of the Regatta Organising Committee says, ‘With Dream Yacht Charter’s extensive network of brokers around the world we will combine our marketing efforts to ensure that together we will grow. In addition to its extensive monohull fleet, we’re excited that our partnership with Dream Yacht Charter will allow us to grow the bareboat multihull classes as well, leading to a larger fleet on the water next year.’

Sailors wishing to participate in the 50th Antigua Sailing Week in 2017 can view available charter options from Dream Yacht Charter by visiting http://www.sailingweek.com/v4/dream-yacht-charter/.

For more information about Dream Yacht Charter and its charter packages visit www.dreamyachtcharter.com or call 866-469-0912 to talk in more detail about your requirements.

About Dream Yacht Charter

Dream Yacht Charter started in the Seychelles with just six yachts. Today, the company has grown to 47 bases throughout the world including the Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Caribbean, Australia, Pacific Ocean, Asia, Scandinavia, United Kingdom, The Americas and The Bahamas.

Dream Yacht Charter is now the world’s largest privately owned charter company and prides itself on delivering an exemplary customer service with a personal touch. The bases are intimate and the teams are hand-picked for their service-oriented style and local knowledge.

The Dream fleet consists of over 850 yachts which are updated regularly to ensure clients are offered the widest selection of the latest premium monohulls and catamarans from manufacturers including Beneteau, Catana (featuring the new Bali 4.2 and 4.5), Dufour, Fountaine Pajot, Jeanneau, Lagoon, to name a few.

All yachts are fully equipped and ready to sail, be it bareboat, professionally crewed or by the cabin. From crisp bed linens and snorkeling gear to fully fueled, everything is designed to enhance a charter’s experience when sailing with Dream Yacht Charter.

Media Contact:

Daniel Lockyer | Dream Yacht Charter
+1.443.924.9633 dan@dreamyachtcharter.com

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