Photos: Aerial Media Captures Non-Mariners

August 4, 2014

The talented team at Bermuda Aerial Media were on hand for the Non-Mariners event on Sunday afternoon [Aug 3] in Sandys, capturing a birds-eye view of the festivities, showing the large crowds in attendance.

The company was granted an Aerial Work Certificate in 2013, and has since gone on to provide commercial services, as well as unique footage of many of the island’s events.

You can view a photo slideshow and a 2.5 hour replay of our Non-Mariners webcast by clicking here, our first set of photos here, our second set of photos here, our third set of photos here, our fourth set here, and all our coverage of the Non-Mariners race here.

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  1. Bermudian says:

    Love that lil thing!

    • Kunta says:

      Good concept, but at what point does it invade your Privacy !!!!!!!!

      • JH says:

        Not sure Kunta but I know we can count on you to somehow make it a race issue.

      • crystal says:

        Don’t think someone should be at the biggest social gathering of the year if they want privacy.

  2. Bermudian ...all de vey says:

    Sweet sweet BMD, oh how I love my country… (to paraphrase Trinidadian song)

  3. somuchless says:

    Nice pics. Deff was a fun day.

  4. Pills'NPotions says:

    Not as much people as previous years. I guess it has to do with the water craft restricted zones for small boats and jetskii’s.. I didn’t go because of the restrictions, instead I enjoyed my day at the Grotto Bay Resort. :)

  5. Topaz says:

    Excellent coverage Bermuda Aerial Media and Bernews. We are so blessed with our beautiful Island and people.

  6. Kim Smith says:

    Can anyone speak to what the littering situation was like at non-Mariners? Were there enough trash cans to accommodate all the litter or was little spilling out of the cans, etc. I wasn’t there.

    Thank you.

    • PBanks says:

      Add to that, if the water was kept free from bottles and cans and the like.

    • somuchless says:

      I was there and I didn’t see see much litter at all. The only time I saw litter was on the dock and a lady came along and put the empty bottles in a box.

  7. Herb says:

    I wouldnt swim in that water for all the tea in china

    Great pictures though

  8. Quinton Berkley Butterfield says:

    Our island is BEAUTIFUL!!

    • Kunta says:

      Ya that’s why people want to come here and don’t want to leave until they’re ready to die and go back to their home country !!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Expat says:

        Got me!

        • Kunta says:

          Ya and de couple of thousand that have their racist, bigoted ideology against black Bermudians.

          • Wow – everything has to be about you black Bermudians!

            Try going to Africa or war torn Middle East and see what suffering really is and then come back with the correct attitude adjustment that fits our fortunate community!

          • James Herald says:

            Roots is on Kunta.

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