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 17, 2019

A recap of the 2019 Annapolis to Newport.

February 9, 2019

Warrior, a Volvo 70 skippered by Stephen Murray, set the course record for the Annapolis-to-Newport Race during the 2017 edition.

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NOTICE BOARD

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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.