Race Survey – Seeking Input from Sailors, Shore Crew & Spectators

July 12, 2018

The race organizers would like feedback on the conduct and economic impact of this year's Newport Bermuda Race. Race chairman Jonathan Brewin invites all those involved in the 2018 Race to provide important feedback to the organizers by completing a confidential survey. The Bermuda Race Organizing Committee would like to hear from everyone involved in the race. That includes the owner and crew of each boat, shore crew supporting each boat, as well as race officials, spectators, vendors, and others who spent time, energy and money on this year's edition of the Thrash to the Onion Patch.
After 635 miles of sailing, a competitor approaches the finish at St. David's Lighthouse, Bermuda. Nic Douglass - AdventuresofaSailorGirl.com photo
At the conclusion of each race, the organizing committee reports and reviews every aspect of the event and then works to make improvements for the next. The race is also supported by valuable sponsors, and your feedback helps provide understanding of the race's value to them and ultimately assists in controlling costs. The results of this survey will only be published in the aggregate, without reporting of individual responses. Please click here to begin the survey.      

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