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Race 3

Bermuda - Boston

4th Jun 2017 - 21st Jun 2017


Join the boat in Bermuda on the 4th June, ready to set sail for Boston on the 5th June. We then race north, joining the port festival in Boston on the 17th June. Spend 4 days in port exploring this wonderful city before disembarking on the 21st June.

Embarkation: Sunday 4th Jun 17
Disembarkation: Wednesday 21st Jun 17
Days Sailing: 12
Days in Port: 5
Vessel: Blue Clipper

Price

Under 25's: £800.00
Adult:
Twin en-suite Cabin £1100.00 Luxury Suite £3383.00


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Festival Days:

4th June: Hamilton Americas Cup Viewing, street festival, fireworks
5th June: Hamilton Parade of Sail
17th June: Boston Parade of Sail, Festival, Fireworks
18th June: Boston Crew Parade, Prizegiving, Crew Party
19th June: Boston Sail Boston Festival
20th June: Boston Sail Boston Festival

Join Maybe Sailing on board Tall Ship Blue Clipper for the 3rd race of the Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta. Racing from Bermuda, the soul of the Caribbean to Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts.

HAMILTON, BERMUDA





The Island of Bermuda is very proud of its warm turquoise sea, beautiful beaches, safe harbours and some of the best swimming, sailing and on-the-water experiences to be found anywhere on the planet. Bermuda also boasts the most northern coral reefs in the world and although North of the Tropic of Cancer, the climate is subtropical because of the influence of the Gulf Stream. When the Tall Ships Regatta arrives in Bermuda, the 35th America’s Cup, and J-Class racing will also be taking place. This will be a sailing spectacle for the duration of the festival.

Important Information

Getting There
Nearest Airport: L.F. Wade International Airport (12km)

Currency
Bermudian Dollar

VISA requirements:
For EU citizens, Canadians, Australians and USA residents, a VISA is not required.

BOSTON, USA




Boston is the capital city of Massachusetts. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the USA. The key role it played in the American Revolution is highlighted on the Freedom trail, a 2.5 mile walking route of historic sites that tells the story of the nation’s founding. Boston has a wealth of maritime history – both past and present.

Important Information


Getting There
Nearest Airport: Logan International Airport

Currency
US Dollar

VISA Requirements
All non-US or Canandian trainees require a C1-D VISA. Please apply for this early as an interview is required at the US Embassy.  Please email frankie@maybe-sailing.com for your letter of support for your VISA application and ship details. 


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