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Hampton, VA (USA) - The uncertainty of cruising the Caribbean has made it difficult for cruisers and crew. Many people are finding themselves unable to have crew meet them to help move their boats north for the summer. To help the sailing community, the Salty Dawg Sailing Association is planning an informal flotilla to the U.S. from the Caribbean. The Salty Dawg Homeward Bound Flotilla will depart from Antigua and the US Virgin Islands, or other islands where vessels are located, with weekly departures between April 5 and May 10, 2020.


The Salty Dawg™ Sailing Association (SDSA) has opened registration for its 2020 Spring Rally from the Virgin Islands to the US. 

The Spring Rally will depart the Virgin Islands on May 12, weather permitting, from Nanny Cay in the British Virgin Islands, heading to Blue Water Yachting Center in Hampton, VA (or other ports on the U.S. east coast) or to Bermuda. Pre-departure activities begin on May 1.


The nonprofit Salty Dawg™ Sailing Association (SDSA) hosted its ninth Fall Rally to the Caribbean with 69 boats participating. Monohulls made up 67% of the fleet, but the 23 multihulls taking part in the rally made this the largest fleet of multihulls ever to depart the U.S. in an organized event!

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