October 27, 2022
The Bermuda Race Organizing Committee encourages our sailing community to fully read US Sailing’s report and find ways to realize the recommendations in all of our boating activities.
January 17, 2022
A long-time supporter of Bermuda racers, LRSE offers new safety gear and inspection services, plus an expanding library of training content.
November 5, 2021
With 153 boats already entered, competitors are urged to register early for crew safety-at-sea training and to acquire/inspect safety equipment
July 15, 2021
Safety training requirements for 2022 are the same as for 2020. However, there are changes that affect all Safety at Sea training in the U.S.
April 14, 2021
Webinar #3, “To Finish First, You First Must Finish” drew more than 100 sailors to focus on yacht preparation and crew training for the 2022 Bermuda Race
April 8, 2021
“To Finish First, You First Must Finish” – Register now for a free race-prep webinar on yacht preparation and crew training for the 2022 Bermuda Race, Tuesday at 7pm EDT
December 7, 2019
CCA fleet surgeon and colleague, both experienced sailing doctors, will teach designated medical officers how to fill their roles during the race. First Aid and CPR training also available. Register early.
April 26, 2014
A permanently rigged preventer is always operational and does not require detachment and reattachment in order to jibe. It prevents an accidental jibe and allows control of the boom throughout a jibe.
August 2, 2018
Newport Bermuda Race competitors will see upgraded and simplified safety requirements in 2020 and will have additional options to receive hands-on training. By Mark Lenci Major East Coast races are […]
June 28, 2018
A broken rudder left Bailiwick‘s crew out of the race and with an even bigger challenge, to steer the 40-foot sloop to safety in Bermuda. Photos & video included. By […]