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Antigua show cancelled

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Organizers have cancelled the 59th edition of the Antigua charter show, scheduled for the first week of December.

They cited COVID concerns as the reason.

Next year marks 60 years since the show began, and organizers say they are planning special changes for yachts, crew and brokers.

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