Welcome to the Royal Naval Tot Club of Antigua & Barbuda
Visitation of Dignitaries 30/12 - see Preparation of sausage rolls (consumed at the Christmas Tot) - see Christmas Tot's from around the world (almost) - see
Tot Club Members attend Taranto Celebrations - see
Trafalgar Night celebrations in Antigua - see Devon & Cornwall Traf. Night + note on Portsmouth celebrations - see
U.K. 25th Anniversary Tot, Dartmouth - see
Wessex Tot - see
Tot in memory of Bernard Turner -
and from Canada - News
Tot Club 25th Anniversary Celebrations Antigua - News
Tot Club 25th Anniversary Celebrations U.K. -
Vice-admiral Horatio Lord Nelson
Nelson's Dockyard, Antigua
The only working Georgian dockyard in the world.
Aims of the Royal Naval Tot Club of Antigua & Barbuda
To carry on the revered tradition, sadly ended in 1970, by consuming a half gill of the nearest equivalent to the rum which was issued to the Royal Navy (i.e. Pusser's Blue Label).
To confirm daily allegiance to and/or respect for the Crown by proposing the Loyal Toast to Her Majesty, the Queen.
To provide Royal Navy warships with marine based leisure activities and organise entertainment for the crew in the Nelson's Dockyard area.
To promote and foster friendship and goodwill in the English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour areas through entertainment and social services.
The Tot Club is not only a social club, it also does good works within Antigua including donating funds to worthy causes and keeping clear the walking trails through the National Parks. These forays into the National Park are known as the ‘Tot Club Keep Fit Class’ and their motto is ‘Destroying Nature to Preserve History’. During the Classic Yacht Regatta, the Tot Club directs the Parade of Sail and often involves itself in other activities such as Sailing Week. Several years ago, a U.K. magazine listed the Tot Club as the world’s second most prestigious yacht club.
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