SAVE THE DATE: JUNE 4 & 5, 2021

A 475 mile biennial race from Annapolis to Newport Race.

The Annapolis to Newport race is one of the most historic and well-known of the US East Coast blue water races. Linking two seaports dating from our nation’s birth, Annapolis and Newport, the race provides a contrast between the country’s largest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean.

LATEST NEWS

June 4, 2021

The Annapolis to Newport Race is off! There are 15 Storm Trysail Club registered boats and by our count 70 Storm Trysail Club Members sailing! (See List Below based on […]

June 17, 2019

A recap of the 2019 Annapolis to Newport.

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NOTICE OF RACE & REGISTRATION FOR 2020 WILL BE POSTED SOON!

ABOUT THE EVENT


Proud Partnership with Annapolis Yacht Club, The US Naval Academy Sailing Squadron, & Ida Lewis Yacht Club

Kicking off the Summer Season

The Annapolis-Newport race was officially established in 1947 to be on a continuing basis in alternate years with the Newport-Bermuda Race. Until the mid-50s, it was the Newport-Annapolis race, but after much complaining by the competitors about slow trips up the Chesapeake after a long ocean race, the course was reversed in 1957.

The record time for the race is held by Warrior, Stephen Murray Jr.’s modified Volvo 70, who set a new course record in 2019 by completing the race in 40 hours, 14 minutes and 36 seconds, win line honors and take home the trophy for lowest elapsed time of a monohull. This broke the previous record set by Carerra, Joseph Dockery’s Farr 60 skippered by Chris Larson, in 2001 at 42 hours, 58 minutes, 12 seconds.