Boating

Best of the Best Regatta

Hundreds of sailors participate in this much-anticipated event for local and international fans of sloop sailing. Boaters prepare year round and some of the top A, B, and C class boats will race.

Onshore activities throughout the day include vendors serving succulent Bahamian dishes, a kiddie corner featuring face painting, characters, a magic man, a bouncing castle, and Santa Claus will also be coming to town.

St. Valentine's Day Massacre Regatta

Local Nassau and family island class 'A' and 'E' native sloops will compete in a series of races in the waters off Montagu Bay. It features sculling, racing, and sailing, plus the popular ‘Catch Me If You Can’ Race, where the class 'A' sloops try to catch a class 'B' sloop.

The competition starts at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday and 2:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Bahamas Poker Run

This annual charity event, the first of its kind for local maritime sport, benefits the Bahamas National Trust. It initially started in 2016 with 26 participating boats and has now grown to over 70 boats.

Hundreds of boating enthusiasts — personal boat owners, commercial boat charters, engineers and mechanics, captains, and beach-goers — ride in a convoy of powerboats departing from Nassau Harbour (New Providence) and traveling to the northern islands of Eleuthera.

Bimini Regatta

This event is in a class all by itself! Come join in the fun during this blissful summer time where, in addition to the 'C' class boat races, you can enjoy live Bahamian musical performances that will get your feet tapping, games that will get your heart pumping, and Bahamian food and beverages to satisfy all your cravings, and more.

Bul Reg Regatta

Bul Reg Regatta kicks off the New Year with three exciting days of sailing.  There are two series races including the Roy Albury Cup Race.  Food and drinks are on sale and there is live entertainment and games for the kids.  Come and bring the whole family.

North Eleuthera Sailing Regatta

This sports Tourism event, brings domestic and international visitors to the island and it generates income for the locals. Class A, B and C Class sailing sloops are invited for competition and the onshore activities include live band performances, cultural shows, native food and drinks. Event is held in Harbour Island.

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