All Andros & Berry Islands Regatta
Regattas in The Bahamas started in 1954 when a group of Bahamians and American yachtsmen saw the need to revitalize the art of sailing and boat building in The Bahamas. Their efforts gave birth to the first regatta being held in Elizabeth Habour in April 1954. Today, regattas are held throughout the islands, helping to preserve this aspect of Bahamian culture.
The two-day 'All Andros and Berry Island Regatta' is held annually. Boats are raced in A, B, & C classes, watched by locals and visitors alike. On shore, you can enjoy great Bahamian food and music.
Venue is the Regatta Village in Morgan’s Bluff, North Andros, which is 20 miles from the San Andros Airport.
Persons with mobility impairments and those in wheelchairs should be careful when moving around the sandy site.
Participation Requirements (if any)
In order to participate in the All Andros and Berry Island Regatta, you must adhere to the Rules and Procedures of the National Family Island Regatta Committee General Racing Instructions & Rules Technical Specifications and By-laws.
Pet Friendly Notes
Leashed pets are welcome but most be controlled.
Admission Fee is $5.00 for Adults.