The Rebirth of the 1906 Newport to Bermuda Race Trophy

The Rebirth of the 1906 Newport to Bermuda Race Trophy
The 1906 trophy for the first Ocean Race to Bermuda after conservation. In 1906 Thomas Fleming Day, editor of The Rudder magazine, established a 635-mile race to prove that amateur sailors in vessels under 80 feet could safely sail in the open ocean. While only three boats participated in the first race, Read more
In blog Museum Blogson Oct 7 2018By Jeanne Willoz-Egnor