Registration is Open
Registration for the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race is now open. Skippers please register as a user on this website, log in and then go to Skipper Instructions.
Registration information can be added and edited at later sessions up to the limits set by the Notice of Race.
When a registration is initiated the yacht is listed as Preliminary. After the registration fee is paid she is listed as Entered and after the registration information is completed and is reviewed by the acceptance committee she is Accepted. In the event the entry is not accepted, the entry fee will be returned promptly.
Welcome to the 2019 Race
On behalf of the Beverly Yacht Club, Blue Water Sailing Club and the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, please accept our invitation to participate in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. This will mark the 22nd running of the Race. It has been a wonderful 42 years, starting from a race that began with two old sailing buddies talking about racing from Marion to Bermuda and inviting their friends, to each boat being tracked through satellite navigation for all the world to follow. It is and always has always been a race aimed at cruising boats and remains so today.
“Selkie” big winner in Marion Bermuda 40th Anniversary Race
By Laurie Fullerton
RHADC Bermuda- June 19, 2017: Bostonian G.J. “Chip” Bradish and his crew of three—Max Mulhern (Navigator), George Dyroff (Watch Captain) and Peter Sidewater (Crew) topped the overall awards list this year with the performance of his Class D, “Selkie”, a Morris Yachts Ocean. They took home the Founders Trophy, awarded to the yacht with the best overall corrected time, and BYC Polaris Trophy awarded to the yacht with the best celestially-navigated performance.