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Cruising the Coast: The Newport Bermuda Race Centennial
June 6, 2006By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Cambridge Beaches

In June, Bermuda is the place to be. For over 100 years, the legendary Newport Bermuda race has culminated in celebratory frolicking (and rum-guzzling aplenty) at the race's finish. The 635-nautical-mile race is a challenging course raced by sailboats of all sizes, and this year's Centennial has attracted a record number of fleet entrants. This is high season in Bermuda-- by far the best and most fun time to visit the island of pink sand beaches and renowned golf courses. Where to stay? Cambridge Beaches, of course! The romantic hideaway boasts exemplary service and world-class facilities: indoor and outdoor pools, three tennis courts, five private beaches, the world-acclaimed European wellness centre, extensive marine rentals and watersports, putting green, croquet and internationally recognized gourmet cuisine. The resort's cottages (94 guest rooms and suites) are surrounded by blue sea, fine gardens, and long stretches of sandy beaches.


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