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BERMUDA GOLD CUP 2024

OCT 29 - NOV 3

BERMUDA GOLD CUP 2024

HOST VENUE
ROYAL BERMUDA YACHT CLUB
HAMILTON, BERMUDA

The King Edward VII Gold Cup is the oldest match racing trophy in the world for competition involving one-design yachts. It is a highly prestigious trophy with a rich tradition. It was the only King’s Cup ever to be offered for competition in the United States which could be won outright.

The Gold Cup was given in 1907 by King Edward VII at the Tri-Centary Regatta at Jamestown, Virginia. The Regatta was held in commemoration of the 300th Anniversary of the first permanent colony in America. The Trophy was won by C. Sherman Hoyt sailing his “Q” yacht Capsicum.
Since 1937, Bermuda has won the Cup twenty-one times, the United States eighteen times, New Zealand eleven times, Australia six times, United Kingdom five times, the U.S. Virgin Island and Sweden twice and Denmark, France and Italy have each laid claim to the trophy once.

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Event Contact: Nicole Butterworth

Email: sailing@rbyc.bm

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