I've been a volunteer on the Committee Boat for several years and that offers a good platform for taking pictures of the "B" course boats which are usually given short shrift by the professional photographers who tend to take pictures of the bigger, sexier boats. There are a LOT of Jeanneaus racing in the bareboat and other classes; and they all did quite well!
Shirley Heights is always fun, the bands are amazing in what they can play with steel drums. I recently walked up to Shirley heights from Fort Charlotte (the gun emplacement at the entrance to English Harbour on the Galleon Beach side) and it was a wonderful walk and well worth it for some exercise and great views. The Tot Club maintains the path and they spray-painted white dots on the rocks whenever there might be a chance to walk off the beaten path.
Think I will get acclimatised before tackling that walk as it pretty steep or try it the other way . Looking forward to getting there Im staying at Jolly Harbour Marina so hopefully there a few boats still there to look at.
The island dies about this time of year, the docks at Falmouth and English Harbours empty out and tumbeweeds would roll in the streets if there were any on the island. Jolly remains busier but this is the golden month in Antigua where weather is still nice yet the crowds are gone. Try Green Island / Nonsuch Bay if you can - it is magical!