Official Notice Board
Notice of Race
The Organizing Authority (OA) is the Marion-Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race Association, Inc. (MBCYRA). The race is supported by: The Beverly Yacht Club (BYC), Marion, Massachusetts; The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club (RHADC), Paget, Bermuda; and The Blue Water Sailing Club (BWSC), Boston, Massachusetts.
Marion Bermuda Race Safety Requirements
Yachts competing in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race must comply with the safety requirements specified in this document. Every yacht entered in the race is subject to inspection both before and after the race. Failure to be in compliance may result in invalidation of entry or a time penalty.
Any change in an official race document will be posted on our web site and on the Official Notice Board at the BYC or the RHADC as appropriate. Any changes in the Sailing Instructions will be posted by 2000 on the day before they take effect.
Equipment Inspection Checklist
Before the Race the Skipper shall arrange a mutually acceptable time and place for a mandatory courtesy yacht inspection by a Race Inspector. The initial inspection must be completed by May 27, 2017.
Certificate of Compliance
You must complete this Certificate and file it with the RHADC Duty Desk (Bermuda) in accordance with the time limits described in the Sailing Instructions. Failure to do so may result in a scoring time penalty or disqualification.
Bermuda Dock Request - Race Week
The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club MARION TO BERMUDA OCEAN YACHT RACE 2017 BERTH RESERVATION FORM is to be used for boats that will request dock space during race week.
Bermuda Dock Regulations
DOCK REGULATIONS OF THE ROYAL HAMILTON AMATEUR DINGHY CLUB
Offshore Racing Association - Offshore Racing Rule (ORR)
All yachts must have a current Off-Shore Rating Rule (ORR) handicap certificate that may be based upon either full or partial measurement. We will obtain handicaps directly from US Sailing and will use a Time-on-Time rating customized for the Marion Bermuda Race.
Navigation Rules International - Inland
These Rules are applicable on waters outside of established navigational lines of demarcation. The lines are called COLREGS Demarcation Lines and delineate those waters upon which mariners shall comply with the Inland and International Rules.