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2022 Bermuda Race entry list swells to 217 boats

by Newport Bermuda Race 1 Mar 10:48 PST June 17, 2022
A Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Division class starts in 2018. Gibbs Hill entries are up from 22 to 28 boats this year. Overall, the fleet is well over 200 boats. © Daniel Forster / PPL

New entries for the 2022 Race have continued to flow in through the Entry Portal during February, and the entry list now includes 217 boats in eight divisions: St. David's Lighthouse Division (125), Finisterre (Cruising) Division (38), Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Division (28), Double-Handed Division (19), Multihull Division (3), Open Division (1), Spirit of Tradition Division (2), Superyacht (1).

The 2022 race has a cap of 220 boats, and additional entries will be put on a waiting list. Historically, some attrition takes place between entries closing on April 3rd and the start on June 17th, so race organizers expect to be able to accommodate a large number of boats initially placed on the waiting list.

See the entry list here...

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