What are Hospice Regattas?

Hospice regattas are day-long or multi-day sailboat racing events held to raise money for local nonprofit hospices. Hundreds of sailors, organizers, sponsors and supporters around the country raise more than $1 million each year, while enjoying the competition and unique camaraderie of these events.

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How you can Participate

Whether you are a sailor, or someone who has been touched by hospice, or you just want to get involved, there are
plenty of opportunities.

What our Sailors Say

“We [won the Championship] much the same way hospice cares for families in difficult times.”

Bret Moss, FL - Ft. Lauderdale

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“My husband Steve was able to die with dignity and was in control of his destiny…Many people don’t have the gift that I was given.”

Hannah Stringer, MA - Marblehead

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“When we organized the Tampa Bay Hospice Cup, we thought to emphasize the idea of sailing for fun and for hospice.”

Charley Morgan, FL - Tampa Bay

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“The amount of money that’s generated in these events is really why we do this.”

Gary Tisdale, NY - Niagara

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“We’re gonna be out there sailing one way or another.”

Joe Barsch, FL - Naples

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“We've all had friends that hospice has taken care of.”

Randy Lenz, SC - Hartwell Lake

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“The whole vibe is cool because of the camaraderie on the water and on shore.”

Tim Sladden, 2014 Champion, Rochester NY

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