WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO BRING YOUR BOAT TO BERMUDA
All participants in the Bermuda Big Game Classic are entitled to a fuel discount! Thanks to the support of Rubis Energy and PW’s Marina, the Bermuda Triple Crown offers all participating boats a substantial markdown on fuel. Call Mike Carey at 441-532-3625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order. Fuel to foreign boats is also duty-free when you are ready to leave port heading out of the country. This will provide additional savings on your last fill-up of 45 percent. The duty-free fuel is available at the Dockyard on departure; contact David Whitehead at 441-234-0233 or 441-505-7016 (cell).
REGISTER YOUR VESSEL
Upon arrival in Bermuda, you must contact the St. George Yacht Reporting Center or the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Marina. You must then check in with customs, register your boat and obtain fishing permits before fishing in Bermuda. Call the St. George Yacht Reporting Center at 441-297-1247 or 441-297-1226 or contact David Carey, Dock Master, Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Phone: 441- 295-3000 x 7780; Cell: 441-705-7431; E-mail: email@example.com. For information on fishing permits, contact Head Fisheries Warden John Edmunds at 441-535-4615 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Albert Trott at 441-535-4614.
PROVISIONS & SPECIALTY ITEMS
Miles Market is Bermuda’s premier specialty market catering to those looking for great service, quality foods, specialty items and gifts for loved ones. Conveniently located at The Waterfront, it offers guests at the marinas and hotel quick access to the world’s first Café Godiva bar, located in Miles Mar- ket. Miles also prides itself on its selection of aged beef, daily lunch specials and delivery services. For more information on all Miles has to offer, call 441-295- 1234, email email@example.com, or visit the website at miles.bm.
BOAT REPAIR AND SERVICE
Offshore Yachting & Maintenance can assist you with yacht repair and maintenance, as well as hauling services.The crew is experienced and well equipped, and they understand the needs of the traveling tournament competitor and active boater. If you want the job done right, call Derek Excell at Off- shore Yachting & Maintenance, 441-333- 9912, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEAMING TO BERMUDA
We will be collecting a list of boats that plan on coming across to Bermuda, and always encourage boats to travel together. Please call tournament control and register your float plan. We’ll gladly pair you up with other vessels steaming across. If you need any additional information, contact Tournament Director Dan Jacobs at 407-571-4680, or email Dan.Jacobs@bonniercorp.com.
RESERVE YOUR SLIP
Please contact the following marinas for slip space information for visiting boats:
ROYAL BERMUDA YACHT CLUB
FAIRMONT HAMILTON PRINCESS MARINA
PIER 41 MARINA
ST. GEORGE’S BOATYARD
ST. GEORGE’S DINGHY & SPORTS CLUB
Lacey Jennings, Commodore
Kris King, Dock Chairman
BERMUDA YACHT SERVICES