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2022 Bermuda Race - Yacht & Safety Race-Prep Webinar

by Newport Bermuda Race 12 Apr 2021 11:32 PDT
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A Safety & Yacht Preparation Webinar for the 2022 Bermuda Race. Presented by GMT Composites. Supported by Bermuda Tourism and Goslings Rum

Save the date: April 13th, 2021 7pm EDT

Register for our Race-Prep Webinar #3 and hear chief inspector James Phyfe and head of safety-at-sea training Mark Lenci discuss typical projects and challenges in prepping a boat and crew for the race in compliance with the Newport Bermuda Race Safety Regulations (NBRSRs).

Join us on Zoom as Mark describes the significant work he did in 2016 to prepare his production boat, with James' guidance. There will be time for Q&A, as well.

Please register in advance and include questions you would like addressed. We will post a link to the webinar recording afterwards.

If already registered, there's no need to do so again - you will be sent a reminder and Zoom link on Tuesday.

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