Hobie Sailing In Antigua: Wish You Were Here

You never forget your first time, especially when it comes to sailing. If you picked up the sport in the Caribbean, then your initial sail probably looked something like this – calm iridescent seas, clear skies, steady winds, and you taming the elements aboard a Hobie Cat, a vessel purpose-built to get you hooked on the sea.

The conditions for such fun couldn’t be better than in Antigua, where this particular Hobie sail was captured. After all, they don’t call Antigua The Sailing Capital of The Caribbean for nothing…


Photo credit: Flickr user Iam_chihang.

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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