The 9th edition of the Superyacht Challenge Antigua will take place from Jan 30 – Feb 3, 2019featuring a programme of four races held over four days. The magnificent fleet take part in spectacular racing, with daily pursuit races along the stunning south coast of Antigua. Warm trade winds and ocean swell produce ideal conditions. Sailors from all over the world gather for competitive racing and fun-filled social events including a glorious prize giving held at the Admiral’s Inn.
The St Barths Bucket Regatta is an invitational regatta. The regatta is open to cruising yachts whose length is 30.5 meters or greater, or those yachts that meet the 90’ Class criteria (NOR Part 2, Section 6.7). The 2019 regatta will also offer a ‘Corinthian Spirit (Les Voiles Blanche)’ class (NOR Part 2, Section 6.6). Safe sailing is the highest priority of the organizing authority; therefore, an invitation will be extended to those eligible yachts whose owners, Captains, crews and guests endeavor to make this a safe and enjoyable event. Part 1 of this notice deals with general administrative information and Part 2 with the rules and conditions of the regatta.
For more information on the 2019 St Barth's Bucket, click here: www.stbarthsbucket.com
The Antigua Sailing Week Committee invites you to compete in the 52nd Antigua Sailing Week April 27-May 3, 2019. The Organising Authority is the Antigua Sailing Week Committee affiliated with the Antigua and Barbuda Sailing Association. The Regatta Headquarters will be located at Antigua Yacht Club, Falmouth Harbour, Antigua. Newport Shipyard is proud to sponsor this year’s Racing Rules of Sailing Seminar which will be held at Antigua Yacht Club on Friday, April 26, from 3-5pm. Please register here.
Dates have been set for the 2019 Newport Charter Yacht Show! The charter show, which features luxury sailing and motor vessels available for charter in New England, is open to yacht brokers, agents and industry professionals. The show will be held at Newport Shipyard in Newport, Rhode Island June 17-20, 2019.
The Transatlantic Race 2019 starts from Newport, R.I., on June 25, 2019, and finishes off Cowes, England. The course length of 2,960 nautical miles makes this event one of the longest yacht races open to both professional and amateur sailors. It will be the 31st transatlantic race organized, at least in part, by the New York Yacht Club. The Transatlantic Race 2019 is organized by the Royal Yacht Squadron, the New York Yacht Club, the Royal Ocean Racing Club and the Storm Trysail Club.
Scheduled for 8-13 July, the 2019 12 Metre World Championship is expected to draw more than 30 historic 12 Metre yachts, also referred to as “Twelves”. The participating Twelves will come from around the globe and feature Vintage Twelves in addition to America’s Cup-era Traditional, Modern and Grand Prix Twelves.
The Candy Store Cup 2019 Superyacht Regatta is hosted and organized by Newport Shipyard and Bannister's Wharf and will take place July 25-27, 2019 in Newport, RI. The Candy Store Cup carries forward the tradition of the Newport Bucket and invites yachts over 90' LOA to race.
The Brokerage portion of the Newport International Boat Show is located at Newport Shipyard and admission to this part of the show is free. Don't miss the chance to view over 100 quality sail and motor yachts 40' to 140' on display at Newport Shipyard. Be sure to visit Belle's Cafe for breakfast or lunch -- open daily throughout the season!
Audrain’s Newport Concours & Motor Week is a celebration of the history of sportsmanship and motoring in Newport, Rhode Island.
Newport’s extensive automotive history dates back as early as the Gilded Age. The first American car race, the Vanderbilt Cup, took place in this historic area. On September 6, 1900, Willie K.Vanderbilt and some of his closest friends traveled to the nearby horse track to race their newly-imported automobiles. Little did they realize the impact the Vanderbilt Cup would have on American racing culture.
Newport Harbor Illuminated Boat Parade is Friday, November 23, 2018 at 6:15pm (the day after Thanksgiving!) The boats will rendezvous at the Goat Island Causeway at 1800 for a prompt 1815 start. The parade will begin traveling east (clockwise around Newport Harbor) leaving Newport Yacht Club (where judges are located) to port. The route will continue towards King Park and lighted Bell #3. Boats will finish the least leg of the circle headed North back towards the Goat Island Causeway area.
Newport Shipyard invites captains, crew, tenants and friends to join us at the Providence Bruins on Friday, November 9, 2018! The bus will leave from Newport Shipyard at 5:15pm.
Cost is $35/person and includes: bus ride to/from Dunkin' Donuts center, 1 ticket to the game and food / beverages in the Shipyard private suites!
Friends and family are invited. Visit the Dock Office or email Veronica Brown (email@example.com) for more information and to buy tickets.
ABOUT THE CITIZENS BANK PELL BRIDGE RUN/WALK
The Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run is a 4 mile run/walk produced by the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority. This event is not-for-profit and 100% of proceeds will go to support local not-for-profits.
This event is the most unique road race experience in the northeast! Once a year pedestrians are allowed to run or walk across the Claiborne Pell Bridge from Jamestown to Newport, R.I.
The primary goals of the Pell Bridge Run are to fundraise for local not-for-profit organizations and to promote a healthy/active lifestyle.
When: The race will be held on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 7:00 a.m.
Where: Race starts in Jamestown and ends in Downtown Newport.
Who: Open to runners or walkers. Must be able to do three miles in an hour pace.
BATTLE FOR THE BRAVE!
Join the Shipyard team on Friday, October 12th for our Annual Pumpkin Regatta! Race across the basin in our famous "pumpkins", this year they'll be painted to coincide with our selected charities: Warrior Sailing Program, and Women’s Resource Center of Newport. Cost is $25/person and each team should have 4-5 members.
There will be several raffle items and an award given to the team with the FASTEST time! Raffle drawing will take place around 6pm, you do not need to be present to win.
Please submit team entries to the Newport Shipyard Dock Office or sign up below by 1pm on Friday, October 12th. Food (Brunch Belly & Bella’s Pizzeria) is hosted by the Shipyard and beverages hosted by yacht crews. Special guest: DJ SoulTeknology!
2018 BATTLE FOR THE BRAVE PUMPKIN REGATTA SIGN-UP
2018 will mark the 17th anniversary of the original Sail for Pride. In 2001, in the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and in the skies over Pennsylvania, a few local sailing enthusiasts scrambled to organize a regatta to honor and support those affected.
The first Sail For Pride Regatta rallied over 180 boats and $110,000 designated for charities to support the NYFD firefighters, police and the victims of the attacks and their families.
The display of patriotism and generosity on and off the water made a lasting impression in the sailing community. After the inaugural year, the organizers retired the name Sail for Pride, but continued the event as Sail For Hope, reflecting the Rhode Island state motto and focuses on the mission to supporting local non-profit endeavors. Charities supported over the years have included RI Red Cross, Seamen's Church Institute, Newport Harbormaster's Emergency Equipment Fund, local public high school sailing teams, US Olympic Sailing Trials and many more. Those funds reached outside Rhode Island in 2005 when over $100,000 was raised after Hurricane Katrina's and send to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.
Newport Boxfit is coming to the Newport waterfront! Starting this Friday, August 24, Newport Boxfit will be offering a Boxfit class at Storer Park, next to Newport Shipyard. Classes start at 6:15am and the first class, on Friday, August 24th, is FREE for everyone!
The class is a one-hour long full body workout that incorporates all the fundamentals of a boxer's work out. You'll do jump rope, shadow boxing, pad work, plyometrics, abs and lots of heart pumpinh exercises in a fun and motivating environment. This is the ultimate workout!
For more information and for rates (after the Aug 24 class), visit www.newportboxfit.com
Parking: Please park along Washington Street at the parking meters ($1.25/hour) or in the city of Newport parking lot across from Newport Shipyard. Sorry, but there is no parking in the Shipyard.
In 1983, yacht sailor Will Parker (Matthew Modine) leads an American crew financed by millionaire Morgan Weld (Cliff Robertson) to defeat during the America's Cup race against an Australian crew. Determined to get the prize back, Will convinces Morgan to finance an experimental boat designed by his ex-girlfriend Kate's (Jennifer Grey) new beau, Joe Heisler (Stellan Skarsgard). When the boat is completed, the Americans head to Australia to reclaim the cup. Directed by Carroll Ballard
Wake up your body and clear your mind in this dynamic all levels yoga class that focuses on connection to mind, body, breath and nature. We will flow through breath-centered poses that target core strength, balance, and flexibility.
Emily Moyer and other instructors from Newport Community Yoga will lead the weekly yoga classes and will offer modifications and variations to make this class accessible to all levels. Mats will be provided but please bring your own if you have one.
$10/person. Classes will be held every Wednesday, from 5:15pm - 6:15pm on the dock (location each week TBD).
About Emily: Emily Moyer is the owner and director of Newport Community Yoga who has been teaching yoga for eight years.
Parking: Please park along Washington Street at the parking meters ($1.25/hour) or in the city of Newport parking lot across from Newport Shipyard. Sorry, but there is no parking in the Shipyard.
Saturday, August 18, 2018 • Newport, Rhode Island
Paddle around the historic Newport Harbor during the 9th Annual Newport SUP Cup, now called PADDLE FOR ACCESS benefitting Clean Ocean Access.
Clean water and healthy oceans are definitely high on our list of priorities, but if we can’t get to the coastline to enjoy ocean activities, then we’ve got a major problem to solve. Limited access to the shoreline is how the organization started in 2006 and to this day it is the most important (but probably least understood) issue that we work on. What started as a simple program related to knocking down obstruction barriers has evolved into an effort that includes topics such as erosion, sea-level rise, invasive species and long term shoreline planning. In celebration of our ongoing work protecting and preserving shoreline access, we are hosting this SUP race around Goat Island in Newport, RI.
Need to know
-Online registration closes at 6PM on August 17, 2018
-Check-in begins promptly at 630AM and ends at 745AM on August 18, 2018
-Restrooms are available at the Newport Shipyard
-SUP drop-off is available inside the Newport Shipyard gate. Parking is available along Washington Street and in the Newport Gateway Lot across from the Shipyard (3 hours free for Newport residents with a resident parking sticker).
The MOST FUN end of summer race in New England. Make the trip!
It's the 12th Annual ROCK THE DOCKS Lobsterfest Fundraiser!
Full of great food, lively entertainment and wonderful company, ROCK THE DOCKS ensures an enjoyable evening for all while also providing an opportunity to raise the essential operating funds for Seamen’s Church Institute's mission, which is to provide men and women of the sea, and persons referred from the Newport community, a safe haven in which they may find comfort, aid and benefit.
Boys & Girls Club of Newport County presents the Newport Yacht Rendezvous "Club NYR" featuring the sounds of DJ Peter Hatfield to be held Friday August 10, 2018 from 5:30-10:30pm. Hosted by Newport Shipyard, this will be an extraordinary evening featuring a Super Yacht Hop, dinner, and dancing. This year's benefit will honor Anne Hamilton. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Newport County.
More information: http://www.bgcnewport.org/newport-yacht-rendezvous
To benefit: www.bgcnewport.org
For more information, contact the Boys & Girls Club of Newport County at: 401-847-6927 ext 117 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boats & Bowties is The Confetti Foundation's 3rd annual fundraiser where we celebrate our mission of suppling birthday parties to hospitalized children nationwide. It is a night of laughing, making lasting friendships, community building, and most importantly awareness to our nonprofit.
Hosted amongst the beautiful backdrop of the Newport Harbor, this fundraiser is at Newport Shipyard located at 1 Washington Street in Newport, RI. Join us for cocktails, food, interactive raffle, silent auction, dancing and raising a glass to our mission.
This biennial race week is now in its 11th running, and has become a favorite of sailors due to the spectacular sailing conditions, unparalleled onshore hospitality and the great race management provided by the Club's all-volunteer race committee. While previous editions have featured two parts, this year all competing yachts will race at the same time with racing running from Wednesday, July 18, to Saturday, July 21, when the regatta will close with the Rolex Awards Banquet for all competitors and their guests.
The 635-mile biennial Newport Bermuda Race is the oldest regularly scheduled ocean race, one of very few international distance races, and (with the Transpac Race) one of just two of the world’s regularly scheduled races held almost entirely out of sight of land. Founded in 1906, the Bermuda Race will be held for the 51st time in 2018.
Its purpose was stated in 1923 by Cruising Club of America Commodore Herbert L. Stone: “In order to encourage the designing, building, and sailing of small seaworthy yachts, to make popular cruising upon deep water, and to develop in the amateur sailor a love of true seamanship, and to give opportunity to become proficient in the art of navigation. . . .”
We are switching it up this year and are changing the format from a B.Y.O.B. (build your own boat) RACE to a SUPERHERO RACE FOR TREASURE! Friday, February 9, 2018 at the Catamaran Marina, Falmouth, Antigua. Come dressed up as your favorite superhero!
Wobbly BBQ starts at: 1:00 followed by a Participant Briefing at 2:20pm. Treasure Hunt Race starts at 3:00pm from the Cat Club. Maximum twenty teams. Plenty of food and drinks for sale - no coolers please!
Entry Forms can be picked up at the Cat Club Marina Office or ABSAR - US $100/team. All entry money raised going to ABSAR. Sponsors: Catamaran Marina, Newport Shipyard, Cambusa Italian Restaurant and Chester Yacht Agency,
Contact: Jonathan or Julie at email@example.com or call 1-268-562-1234 for more information on sponsorship opportunities and details on how to donate to ABSAR.
Newport Shipyard is proud to sponsor RIMTA's speaker series which kicks off on Tuesday, November 7th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Newport Yacht Club. This year's theme is The Environment and Business, and the first event will feature an impressive non-profit panel of Clean Ocean Access, 11th Hour Racing, and Sailors for the Sea.
Enjoy an evening of food, drinks, and networking with your industry colleagues! Tickets are just $8 in advance and $10 at the door, so get yours now!
Cocktail party to support Billy Black
Please join Pantaenius Insurance, LEWMAR and Newport Shipyard for a cocktail party on Friday, September 22nd from 4:00-7:00pm to support Billy Black. Beverages and light food will be served outside Belle's Cafe.
Fore more information, contact Haley Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash Bar/ ALL proceeds benefit Billy’s Treatments
Newport Shipyard is proud to sponsor Lunch and a Healing Sail in Newport on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. Presented by Sailing Heals and sponsored by Newport Shipyard and Classic Cruises of Newport, guests will arrive at Newport Shipyard for lunch at Belle's Cafe followed by an afternoon of sailing onboard the schooner Madeleine.
The inaugural J Class World Championship, which will be organized by the New York Yacht Club in association with the International Maxi Association and the J Class Association, will feature a mix of coastal races and windward leeward racing off Newport August 21-26, 2017.
The race headquarters and media center will be based at Newport Shipyard and expected entrants are: JK7 Velsheda, J5 Ranger, JK6 Hanuman, JH1 Lionheart, J8 Topaz and JS1 Svea. For more information, visit: www.jclassyachts.com
The Newport Polo Club will host a charity benefit match on Sunday August 20, 2017 at 5:00pm as a fun afternoon fund-raiser for ShelterBox USA, with fast-paced polo action and a relaxed atmosphere harkening back to the early days of the Polo Series!
Shelterbox USA's mission it is to provide "shelter" to the victims of both natural and man-made disasters. They provide a safe, warm, dry environment to people that have lost everything to these disasters and do so internationally and in the U.S. with well made, four-season tents and more permanent structures. ShelterBox USA is a registered 501c3 and 100% of the proceeds from the match will go to them. For more information about ShelterBox, visit: www.shelterboxusa.org
In 2017 Oliver Hazard Perry will cover an impressive 14,000 nm, from Newport to Cuba, and all the way north above the Arctic Circle into the Northwest Passage. On this historic voyage SSV Oliver Hazard Perry will become the first full-rigged ship to sail the Northwest Passage in 100 years. The goal of this expedition is to observe, study, and report on how a changing climate and the loss of summer sea ice is affecting the environment, wildlife, and indigenous people.
The ship's summer celebration and gala will be held once again at Newport Shipyard on Friday, June 30, 2017. Please join us to celebrate this unprecedented $16 million economic development project that has supported hundreds of jobs in the Rhode Island marine industry and is now also changing the life’s of hundreds of students each year. Throughout the evening, guests can participate in a live and silent auction all while enjoying cocktails, dinner, dancing and dessert. Proceeds from the night will go toward the organization’s educational programs. For more information, visit: www.ohpri.org
One of June’s most anticipated sailing events in the northeast, BACARDI Newport Sailing Week presented by EFG Bank, will return to Newport June 23-25, 2017 for a week filled with exciting sailing and shoreside festivities. The Newport edition of BACARDI Sailing Week was created based on the successful format that started in Miami. With continued support from BACARDI and EFG Bank, along with dedicated professionals from Newport Yacht Club and Sail Newport along with countless volunteers, BACARDI Newport Sailing Week, now in its seventh year, attracts sailors from all over the country. Staged at Newport Shipyard, eight one design fleets - Star, Viper 640, J/70, VX One, VX Evos, Diam 24s, A-Cats and classic day racers - will compete in three days of racing on the waters of Narragansett Bay. In addition to racing and many social events planned, there will be an exhibit at Bowen's Wharf and many other fun BACARDI events in bars and establishments throughout the Newport.
Three great days of racing including the Around-the-Island Race on Friday, June 9th. IRC, ORC, PHRF, One-Designs, Metre classes, S-Class, Multihulls and Classics.
Metrefest (12 metre, 8 metre, 6 metre, 2.4 metre) is being run in conjunction with the Annual Regatta. Entry is through the Annual Regatta below and competitors are welcome to participate in all Annual Regatta social events. Ida Lewis Yacht Club will be running the 2.4 Metre Class racing. For more detail: https://metrefest.com/
The NYYC One-Design Regatta will focus on one-design keelboat classes in which NYYC members actively participate. Classes can schedule a three-day or two-day regatta. With entry in the 2017 One-Design Regatta, competitors will also be a part of the 2017 RI Leukemia Cup which will be held on the same weekend. One-Design classes will have a separate circle and race committee.