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This race, if you could call it that, is sponsored by the Schooner Wharf Bar on the waterfront in downtown Key West. This Sunday afternoon race commemorates the race to a wreck that signified the old days when Key West’s main business was wreck salvage. Boats race seven miles out to Sand Key from the Key West waterfront and back. The race has five classes: Classic, Schooner, Multihull, Monohull over 30 feet and Monohull under 30 feet. Locals and visitors…Find out more »
The 53rd Annual Gasparilla Regatta will have Spinnaker and Non-spinnakers classes racing on a windward/leeward course. There will also be Cruisers, Racer Cruisers and the Motherload class racing on a long course. New this year is a Doublehannd class that will also race the long course! Come get fed a hot breakfast and enjoy racing on Tampa Bay with us! Enjoy the awards dinner and party afterwards at the TSS clubhouse!Find out more »
This is a cruisers regatta that builds up over several months. This 12-day regatta attracts 350-400 cruising boats. Most boats start arriving from around the U.S., Canada and other countries in November and stay through March. When the actual regatta days start, the schedule includes sailboat races held in Elizabeth Harbor, around Stocking Island, and to neighboring Long Island. There is a variety of on-water and on-the-beach events to capture the interest of non-racing cruisers, as well as racers. These…Find out more »
Sir Thomas Lipton is famous for his many America's Cup Challenges with his famous "J boats". As a yacht racing enthusiast, Sir Lipton encouraged the sport by giving a number of prestigious trophies to yacht clubs around the world. In 1922, he donated a beautiful sterling cup to perpetuate the sport of yacht racing in the Central Florida area. The history of this cup was shrouded in mystery up until 1941, at the beginning of World War II, when the cup…Find out more »