Sailing

Throughout history sailing has been instrumental in the development of civilization, affording humanity greater mobility than travel over land, whether for trade, transport, warfare, or the capacity for fishing.  The earliest representation of a ship under sail appears on a painted disc found in Kuwait dating between 5000 and 5500 BCE.

A traditional modern yacht is technically called a "Bermuda sloop" (sometimes a "Bermudan sloop").  A sloop is any boat that has a single mast and usually a single head sail (generally a jib) in addition to the mainsail.  The Bermuda sloop sailing vessel was developed on the islands of Bermuda in the 17th century.  Find out more at Wikipedia.

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Junior Sailing

Learn to sail with SBC!  Sign up forms, and schedules. 

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Challenger 2

Come cheer, race, and support our Bermuda Fitted Dinghy.

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Junior Racing

Race sign up forms, results, sailing instructions and notice of race information.

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2018 Bermuda Optimist National Championship

November 10-12, 2018 - NOR, SIs, volunteer, etc., hosted by Sandys Boat Club.

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Ocean Racing

There is no better way to arrive in Bermuda than by racing a sailboat!

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