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BODA

"The Christmas tree funds have helped the Bermuda Optimist Dinghy Association (BODA) continue its plan of offering High Performance Racing Clinics to the BODA sailors in their home waters at an affordable cost. BODA uses the funds to subsidize the cost of hiring specialist coaches to prepare our sailors for Continental and World Championship regattas.

 

This "recipe" has proven very successful over the years as Bermuda continues to hold a prominent place on the world stage in youth sailing."

 

 

 

BSA

The Bermuda Sailing Association (BSA) is the governing body for the sport of sailing in Bermuda and is recognized by the Bermuda Government and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). It was formed more than 30 years ago by the sailing clubs of the island, the racing classes and individuals who participate in sailing activities.

 

The BSA seeks to further the sport of Sailing in Bermuda. From the Olympics to the Youth Worlds from J105's to Optimists, the BSA acts as Bermuda's intermediary with World Sailing on your behalf.

 

 

 

Sandys Boat Club

Located in Sandys parish next to the sheltered Mangrove Bay, Sandys Boat Club (SBC) is a private members club that was formed in September 1937. SBC is Peter Bromby's 'home' club where he first began his competitive sailing. Christmas Tree funds will be used to assist youth members with attending overseas regattas.

 

The Sandy's Boat Club is also home to Challenger II, a gorgeous Bermuda Fitted Dinghy. This was launched in the year 1990 and is one of the prominent ones in the long list of dinghies owned by the boat club. Earlier the club had launched Challenger-I which has been now given to the Bermuda International Airport and is on display at the arrival lounge.

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Bermuda Sailing Association
12 Reid Street, Walker Arcade

P.O. Box HM 1418
Hamilton, Bermuda, HM FX

 

Tel: 441.799.6566  Martin

 

Fax: 441.295-5372

 

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