Home to two of the region’s largest natural harbours, English and Falmouth, which together host thousands of yachts from around the globe annually, the National Park on the south coast encompasses the world’s only continually working Georgian shipyard, Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO-nominated site, and some of the region’s finest boutique hotels and private homes.
Rendezvous Bay sits inside the National Park and our team works in consultation with the National Parks Authority on matters of ecological and historical importance.
The theme of the Rendezvous Bay community is park-like preservation of a private landholding. In addition to a year long environmental study led by Director of Heritage Resources for the Antigua National Parks Dr Reginald Murphy, certain key elements of our sensitive development plan rules have been adopted by the National Park for the surrounding area which will help to preserve the look of the area and the unique experience for all.
English HarbourRead More
Known for its scenic beauty, English Harbour is home to many international residents and fabulous restaurants.
Master PlanRead More
The 330-acre Rendezvous Bay site is approximately 2.5km from the main highway in historic English Harbour.
Our storyRead More
Developer Brian Dobbin has twice won the prestigious Bentley Homes Award for Best International Development.
From international matches in the home of cricket to the world's top sailing events to carnival in August.