Photos: Round The Island Seagull Race Start

June 13, 2015

The 2015 Round the Island Seagull Race got underway early this morning [June 13] at the Spanish Point Boat Club, and according to the organisers over 85 boats have registered to take part. Spectators gathered along with the racers as the race preparations took place. The race is expected to finish later today and we will update with results as able, and in the meantime you can view all our coverage of Seagull racing in Bermuda by clicking here.

Slideshow with over 100 photos from the start of today’s race:

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Over the past 50 years this has become a true & unique Bermuda race, starting back in the 60s out of Devonshire Bay which began with St Davids vs Devonshire Bay byes with simple Seagull powered skiffs, quickly speading to Hungry Bay byes, then Sinky Bay. Next thing you know they were coming from all over the Island & it grew & grew.

  2. Raymond Ray says:

    Devonshire Bay, has always been de spot bie’. As a member of the Ray family that fished out of Devonshire Bay for over 70years I can vividly recall many years, “down de bay” What happen to we lot? Bermudians seem to have lost their identity as a people, :-( Sad yes but true!

  3. Wright IS Wright says:

    So WHY was it moved to spanish point boat club?