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The Marion Bermuda Race returns!

by Marion Bermuda Race 2 Jul 09:54 PDT June 16-24, 2023
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Registration for the 2023 Marion Bermuda Race is now open, with early bird registration available until December of 2022! Join us for a beautiful and exciting race to Bermuda, starting from Marion, Massachusetts on June 16th, 2023.

The 2023 Notice of Race has been posted, with an adjusted scoring matrix and additional race categories. As always, the Marion Bermuda Race is a fully Corinthian event, with no professional yacht or crew entries. The event is for the racer-cruiser, with all boat entries meeting the requirements for cruising equipment.

For first-time racers, our co-pilot program will pair you with an experienced skipper to help guide you through preparation and race logistics. For returning racers, we're thrilled to have you back and to soon share all the new and exciting updates to the 2023 race!

Visit our website for all of the details, and to register for this event — we can't wait to see you on the start line in less than a year!

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