More than 150 boats from the Newport Bermuda race arrived in Bermuda, resulting in mooring at both Royal Bermuda Yacht Clubs. [RBYC] And Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club [RHADC] You can see the bird’s eyes from the aerial image below.
The race started on Friday [June 17]With a powerful fleet of 187 starting a 635 nautical mile marine race and this year’s first Saturday finisher in history, Argo set a new record of just 33 hours.
According to the organizers, the biennial Newport Bermuda Race, founded in 1906, is one of the oldest regular marine races, one of the very few international distance races, and a regular in the world. It is one of the two races to be held. Of the view of the land.
This race will be the second international sailing fleet to visit the island this month after the fleet of Clipper Round the World Yacht Race has visited the island and will be the first stop in Bermuda.
Aerial view of the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club boat [RHADC]
Aerial view of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club boat [RBYC]
Aerial view of RBYC and RHADC
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