A resource for you.
There is a wealth of information on the many pages of this website. We encourage competitors do take the time to review all the information to help prepare for your race.
Bermuda Race organizers use SailGate for entry registration. This is where captains and crew will enter all information.
QUICK LINKS FOR CAPTAINS
GUIDE TO ENTRY
First Bermuda Race or 20th? Review the Guide to Entry to get your boat and crew to the starting line.
Looking for more crew? Check out our Crew Finder to help match your needs with experience.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Organizing Committee has recently rewritten the FAQs for sailors.
QUICK LINKS FOR COMPETITORS
SAFETY AT SEA
According to the NOR, at least 30% but not fewer than two members of the crew in addition to the Person-In-Charge (PIC) must complete a Safety at Sea Course.
From maps to Customs Information for your return delivery, everything you need to know about where to be in Newport.
GULFSTREAM & WX
Thanks to Frank Bohlen, we have nearly 2 decades worth of knowledge compiled and a list of where to find the latest weather.
In 2020 and beyond, the Newport Bermuda Race is striving to become a leader in Sustainability practices and the Sailors for the Sea Clean Regattas program.
Offshore Email Address Submission
While the race is underway, the race committee will release announcements and rhumbline forecast from Commanders Weather twice a day (usually around 0800 and 1800).
Messages are released by three formats:
- low-bandwidth web page: www.bermudaraceadmin.com/notices.txt (note the ‘admin’ in url)
- By voicemail by dialing (+1) 401- 849- 3129.
- By email to addresses entered in the SailGate system and any submitted using the form below.
Remember to add the email addresses email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list, especially if you use Gmail which may filter the race committee’s emails as promotional. To unsubscribe, follow the instructions at the bottom of the email you receive.