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The peer for the sailor of the world at Saint John's on the island of Antigua.

Antigua and Barbuda are two small islands located in the Eastern Caribbean chain approximately 400 km south-east of Puerto Rico. Antigua was first sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1493 on his second voyage to the West Indies. He named the island after Santa Maria de la Antigua, a church in Seville, Spain. Antigua was first settled by the British in 1632 and remained a colony until Independence in 1981.

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