Antigua & Barbuda–France (Guadeloupe)

A maritime boundary agreement, signed on 15 March 2017, delimited the overlapping maritime entitlements of the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda and the French overseas department of Guadeloupe. The boundary, which was based on the equidistance methodology, extends for 232 nautical miles and is formed by a series of loxodrome line segments that interconnect ten turning points.

The initial and final segments follow specified azimuths until reaching the maritime entitlements of the United Kingdom (Montserrat) in the south, and the Parties’ 200 nautical mile exclusive economic zone limits in the north. Both States claim archipelagic baselines, which were utilized in the calculation of the equidistance boundary.

Map showing the maritime boundary between Antigua & Barbuda and France

This maritime boundary Agreement also established the boundary between Antigua & Barbuda and France (St. Barthélemy).

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