What Make Us Unique
Antigua Slipway Ltd. is a full-service shipyard and marina located in English Harbour, Antigua Slipway Ltd. providing haul-out, refit, repair, maintenance and guardianship marine services to sailing and motor yachts. Its Marine Railway haul-out facility is unique in the region, with a maximum haul-out capacity of two hundred (200) tons for vessels up to one hundred- and fifty-feet (150ft)
length overall (LOA) x forty feet (40ft) beam x fourteen feet (14ft) draft. For haul and launch and storage, the Brownell Hydraulic Trailer has a maximum haul-out capacity of thirty-five (35) tons for vessels up to fifty feet (50ft) LOA X twenty-four (24ft) beam x ten feet (10ft) draft.
Marine Railway haul-out facility is unique in the region, with a maximum haul-out capacity of two hundred (200) tons for vessels up to one hundred- and fifty-feet (150ft) length overall (LOA) x forty feet (40ft) beam x fourteen feet (14ft) draft. To make a reservation please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +1 268 460-1056 or WhatsApp +1 268 789 4001.
Brownell Hydraulic Trailer
Brownell Hydraulic Trailer has a maximum haul-out capacity of thirty-five (35) tons for vessels up to fifty feet (50ft) LOA x twenty-four (24ft) beam x ten feet (10ft) draft. To make a reservation please emali email@example.com, call +1 268 460-1056 or WhatsApp +1 268 789 4001.
The Fuel Dock can accommodate vessels up to one hundred and fifty feet (150ft) in length overall (LOA) and has an unlimited fuel bunkering supply of duty-free Low Sulphur Diesel and Gasoline fuel. To make a reservation please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +1 268 460-1056 or WhatsApp +1 268 789 4001.
St. Helena is the site of the original 1725 Dockyard and forms part of the Antigua Naval Dockyard and Related Archaeological Sites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was the foremost naval dockyard for the British Navy in the Eastern Caribbean and closed as a military installation in 1895. Antigua Slipway Ltd. was established as a shipyard and marina in 1966 and continues to practice the trade today – 298 years later.
In an environment of almost constant warfare, uncharted reefs, hurricanes and tropical marine organisms, the wooden ships of the Royal Navy required regular maintenance and refitting. The warships also needed a sheltered harbour during the hurricane months. By the 1730s, the sheltered bays of English Harbour had proved to be a strategic advantage for the naval squadrons on patrol in the Caribbean, and the facilities were expanded to the western side of the harbour, and the Georgian dockyard seen today was built.
Little remains above ground of the original structures of St. Helena. The administration building, and the chandlery are modified versions of the ancient workshops and storehouses. Old cannons and anchors are still visible on site and, at the entry the stonewall remains in place. Underwater, many of the original wood pilings that date to the late 1700s can still be seen. (UNESCO-WH-Antigua, Dossier, 2014).
Meet Our Team
Roberto is responsible for the successful leadership and management of company's business. He supervises and stirs all company's operations, partnerships, and developments to maintain and
grow business revenue.
Ronald is responsible for overseeing the overall operations and financial management of the company.
He develops and implements strategic plans to drive growth and provides visionary leadership to guide the company towards its objectives, whilst fostering a positive and professional working environment.
Devon manages all yacht-service operations to include haul, launch, refit, repair, storage and guardianship. He is further responsible for managing and overseeing sub-contractor operations
and partnerships whilst ensuring high quality standard finishes.
Darren supervises purchases and sales. He also oversees stock-taking, research of new products and
application methods whist contributing to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the Chandlery
operations on a day-to-day basis.
Claudette manages all accounting transactions and provides financial data and analysis reports to
management for strategic implementation. She reconciles account payable and receivable and is responsible for ensuring financial records are accurate throughout the year.
Office Administrator/Account Assistant
Rennelle manages all bookings and client relations whilst ensuring the smooth day-to-day operation of
the office. Rennelle processes payroll, invoices and contributes to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the company’s daily administrative operations.