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Bermuda: A Photo Journal

3. Photo by Kathy Bohanan Enzerink

Shaped like a fish hook, the islands of Bermuda are surrounded by turquoise waters with pink sand beaches. Traveling the string of seven islets connected by bridges on narrow roads, viewers are rewarded with lush foliage, fragrant bougainvillea, small farms, …

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Lionheart Wins the America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta

Lionheart, winner of the America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta. Photo: ACEA 2017 / Boat International Media

  Overall victory in the highly competitive fleet of six J Class yachts earned the crew of Lionheart the top prize at the second America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta, hosted by Boat International Media. The record sized J Class fleet, racing in association with the …

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Antigua Bermuda Race Gathers Pace

Over 40 yachts have expressed their interest in the Antigua Bermuda Race. Organized by the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club in association with Antigua Sailing Week, the inaugural race coincides with the finish of the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week and the …

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Volvo Penta Names New Dealer in Bermuda

Spar Yard, Bermuda

Volvo Penta of the Americas have appointed Spar Yard Marine Solutions as an authorized sales and service dealer in Bermuda. With a rich sailing legacy, the island of Bermuda will host the 35th annual Americas Cup and given its geographical …

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High Praise for the Lowly Baro

High Praise for the Lowly Barometer Sailing Humor by Cap'n Fatty Goodlander

Just moments after Evangelista Torricelli invented the barometer in 1643, some poetic graffiti artist (Bobby Fitzroy, actually) wrote the words STORMY, VERY DRY, FAIR, CHANGE, and RAIN on its face—and doomed the instrument to the quasi-mystical category forever. Well, up …

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Six Caribbean Maritime Museums Worth a Visit

The National Museum of Bermuda. Photo: National Museum of Bermuda

Surrounded by the sea, it’s not surprising that the Caribbean’s history is hugely nautical in nature. Here is a sampling of six maritime museums that are definitely worth a visit.   The National Museum of Bermuda View over 75,000 objects …

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Beautiful Bermuda

Tobacco Bay. Photography By Caryn B. Davis

I could tell you about my first afternoon in Bermuda and how my husband, artist Leif Nilsson, and I walked from our rented apartment to the Buzz bar at Tobacco Bay, a great snorkeling spot surrounding by an outcropping of jagged, …

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Charleston to Bermuda Race is ON

Charleston and Bermuda are both wonderful destinations, so what could be better than an offshore race between the two? The biennial Charleston to Bermuda Race sets sail May 15-17 covering 777 nautical miles to St. David’s Head in Bermuda. After …

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Who won the Newport Bermuda Race?

No single winner to the Newport Bermuda Race… 6 Divisions and 17 classes  By Talbot Wilson HAMILTON BERMUDA, June 25, 2012– No single boat ‘wins’ the Newport Bermuda Race. This classic ocean race has 5 divisions and 16 classes. The 166 …

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Synergy and Team Wave Sails Home

Synergy and Team WAVE received a fantastic homecoming after making history being the first women's team to ever win any division of 100th anniversary Newport-Bermuda race in June

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Team On Line Wins Second Leg of Bermuda Triangle Series

Fishing, and specifically the catching and releasing, heated up at the Bermuda Open, the second leg of the Bermuda Triangle Series (BTS), fished July 7 to 9, out of Hamilton, Bermuda. “The marlin fishing was great,” said Jimmy Loveland, tournament …

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