Nonsuch Bay Winestock 2012

We are very excited to see Master of Wine Liam Steevenson return to Nonsuch Bay for the third year to host another enticing series of food and wine related events this November starting on Sunday 16th.

In the last year Liam has been appointed senior buyer at Waitrose, the leading grocery stores in UK, as well as continuing as director of RED & WHITE, one of the UK’s leading independent wine merchants and consultants. Ever since rowing here in 2012 (yes rowing) he has been teaming up with resident Executive Chef Mitchell Husbands to host a variety of fun, engaging and hugely informative food and wine events, culminating in WINESTOCK on the final Sunday 23rd.

Each year these events have filled up quickly, so please book early through your agent or contact Nonsuch Bay reception directly to be sure of your place.

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RIDE Antigua Nonsuch Bay 2014

RIDE Antigua offers kitesurfers of all abilities the opportunity to improve their skills in some of the best kitesurfing waters of the Caribbean. The event is organised and run jointly by Nonsuch Bay Resort and 40 Knots Kitesurfing.

The camps run for three weeks in June 2014 and each week includes a 5 day kitesurfing programme on Monday to Friday combined with 7 nights accommodation and a meal plan.

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Nonsuch Bay Winestock 2012

Nonsuch Bay Resort is pleased to announce its second annual Food and Wine Fest, a celebration of Caribbean food and wines of the world starting 11th November.

Events over the two weeks are hosted by award winning Chef Mitchell Husbands of the Bay @ Nonsuch and Master of Wine Liam Steevenson of RED&WHITE and feature wine, champagne and rum tastings, cooking demonstrations, gourmet Caribbean street food, guest chef appearances and special tasting menu lunches and dinners. The festival culminates on Sunday November 24th with WINESTOCK ANTIGUA hosted by Liam Steevenson at Nonsuch Bay where over 100 wines are available to taste and the line up includes champagne and rum tasting, wine talks, cookery demonstrations, international and Caribbean food, and a blind tasting competition.

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Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge

NONSUCH BAY RS ELITE CHALLENGE
Antigua Sailing Week is the longest running and most prestigious sailing regatta in the Caribbean, which attracts sailors from all over the world to enjoy the fantastic sailing conditions. The regatta is the grand finale of the season and this year Nonsuch Bay Resort was proud to be selected to partner the 46th edition of the regatta to host the inaugural Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge.

 

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RIDE Antigua Nonsuch Bay 2013

RIDE Antigua offers kitesurfers of all abilities the opportunity to improve their skills in some of the best kitesurfing waters of the Caribbean. The event is organised and run jointly by Nonsuch Bay Resort and 40 Knots Kitesurfing.

Choice of three dates comprising a 5 day kitesurfing programme running Monday to Friday combined with 7 nights accommodation and meal plan.

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Nonsuch Bay 2013 Prize Draw

Enter the Nonsuch Bay 2013 Free Prize Draw for your chance to win a fabulous 5 nights at Nonsuch Bay.

To celebrate Nonsuch Bay’s forth year of operation we are pleased to offer the chance to win a 5 night stay in a 2-bedroom apartment for up to 4 guests including full breakfast and some sailing. Entry to the competition is straightforward and completely free. All you need to do is email us the answers to 3 simple questions about Nonsuch Bay and “Like” the Nonsuch Bay Facebook page.

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Nonsuch Bay Winestock 2012

Nonsuch Bay celebrates Caribbean food and wines of the world in a three week long festival starting 15th November and hosted by award winning Chef Mitchell Husbands of the Bay @ Nonsuch and Master of Wine Liam Steevenson of RED&WHITE.

The festival features wine, champagne and rum tastings, cooking demonstrations, gourmet Caribbean street food, guest chef appearances and special tasting menus. The festival culminates on Sunday November 25th with WINESTOCK hosted by Liam Steevenson with over 100 wines to taste, champagne and rum tasting, wine talks, cookery demonstrations, international and Caribbean food, and a blind tasting competition.

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Trip Ideas Feature Article on Nonsuch Bay Resort

WITH THE lyrics to Duran Duran's Rio ringing in my ears I stepped off the plane on to Antiguan soil to the unmistakable sound of synthesizers and drums and with a vision of Simon Le Bon hanging off the prow of a yacht in his silk Antony Price suit. That video, shot on the beautiful island of Antigua, defined the image of Duran Duran in 1982 as international superstars. The band's critics said the video was gauche and highlighted excess and greed. The band hit back by saying they were selling a fantasy.

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Mail Online Feature Article on Nonsuch Bay Resort

Since I acquired the sailing bug in my 30s, I have lost my appetite for hotel holidays. The urge to get on to the water and leave civilisation behind has been too great. Even in the most luxurious resort hotels imaginable, I get restless after a few days staring at a beckoning ocean from the shore.

Before I married my wife Francesca in 1998, I chartered yachts in the Caribbean, southern Turkey and Cape Cod year after year. I hardly need charts these days for the Grenadine Islands. Eventually, I bought a series of ever larger sailing yachts of my own, and managed to avoid hotel holidays for many years. I even sailed the Atlantic.

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Yachting World Features Nonsuch Bay Resort

The conditions at Nonsuch Bay are outstanding for small boat sailing. The two square miles of enclosed waters are protected from the open sea by a barrier reef and the bay faces the consistent and warm trade winds.

Richard Chadburn runs Avocet Sailing with an experienced team. With invaluable sailing and hospitality experience; Richard is a world champion dinghy sailor and a professional superyacht skipper, and he was formerly the manager at Antigua Yacht Club and a sailing instructor at European beach resorts.

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The Telegraph Writeup

The conditions at Nonsuch Bay are outstanding for small boat sailing. The two square miles of enclosed waters are protected from the open sea by a barrier reef and the bay faces the consistent and warm trade winds.

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