NEWS

 
The 2022 Optimist World Championships Begin Tomorrow
Posted: Jun 26, 2022
The 2022 Optimist World Championships begin tomorrow! Here is a message from team member Patrick Greensmith & Coach Karl James. The team has been preparing rigorously and are excited to do their very best! Axxess Marine is proud of their journey, and they have our continuous support!
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A Word From Optimist Sailing Team
Posted: Jun 25, 2022
A word from team member Alistair Knoblauch and team leader Lorraine Mitchell Gaillard both individuals are excited to attend the Optimist World Championships in Turkey-Bodrum representing Antigua & Barbuda ???? #AxxessMarine is the proud Sponsor of Team Antigua ???? 
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Coach Karl James
 
Coach Karl James
Posted: Jun 24, 2022
Focused on carrying his (Pidduck) work forward for the benefit of the sport of sailing in Antigua,” says James, an experienced Olympic athlete, professional superyacht crew, sailing coach, regatta committee member and manager of Sailing Youth Development programs. "I give myself the same advice that I give to my junior sailors: ‘Be willing to learn, create goals, keep options open, and talk to people in the industry. We are all ambassadors for Antigua.
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Team Antigua Optimist Sailors Sponsored by Axxess Marine
Posted: Jun 23, 2022
4 Young Sailors of the Antigua Yacht Club (@antiguayachtclub_ ) Patrick Greensmith, Alistair Knoblauch, Carrack Jones and the lone girl Emily Gaillard will be representing Antigua and Barbuda ( @antiguaandbarbuda)at the Optimist worlds Championship in Turkey-Bodrum from 27th June to 07th July 2022. The team is very excited, and have been training hard for the competition. Axxess Marine is the proud Sponsor of Team Antigua.
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Svalbard, our AX200 Antenna
 
Svalbard, our AX200 Antenna
Posted: Jun 22, 2022
Located 800 Km north of mainland Norway in the middle of the Arctic Ocean, Svalbard is full of superlatives: it’s the world’s northernmost year-round settlement; it’s home to the world’s northernmost university, church and brewery; and it’s one of the few places in the world where anyone can live. In fact, of the nearly 2,400 residents who live in Svalbard’s capital Longyearbyen, almost 30% are immigrants, originally hailing from more than 50 different countries.
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