National Hospice Regatta Alliance

More than $18 Million Raised for Hospice Services

National Championship

Tim Sladden and his team from Rochester, NY, began the final day of racing at Hospice Regattas Championship 2014 in first place overall. By finishing first twice - and no worse than fourth in any race - on Sunday, they took the Championship trophies and yellow flag home to the shores of Lake Ontario.

Find a Hospice

Regatta


California
     San Diego
     Santa Barbara
Canada
    Toronto
Connecticut
    Long Island Sound
Florida
    Fort Lauderdale
    Marco Island
    Tampa Bay
Massachusetts
    Marblehead
Maryland
    Annapolis
    Havre de Grace
Maine
    Mount Desert Island
Michigan
​    Holland
  ​  Muskegon
North Carolina
     Lake Norman
New York
     Great Sacandaga Lake
     Henderson Harbor
     Oswego
     Rochester
     Youngstown
Ohio
     Sandusky
Oregon
     Yaquina Bay
Rhode Island
     Narragansett Bay
South Carolina
      Hartwell Lake
Tennessee
      Nashville
Virginia
     Rappahannock River
West Virginia
​     Summersville Lake


Member Spotlight

​​The National Hospice Regatta Alliance (NHRA) Board is pleased to announce that the 2015 National Regattas Championship (need to verify correct name) will be hosted at the Rochester Yacht Club (RYC) in Rochester, New York on June 12-14, 2015.
Supporting charity sailing regattas that raise funds for and awareness of nonprofit hospice services in local communities is the mission of the National Hospice Regatta Alliance.

​Each year, hospice regattas generate more than $1 million net proceeds for local hospices, thanks to the efforts of hundreds of sailors and individual and business sponsors. In total, the Alliance’s member regattas have raised more than $18 million for this purpose.
"Inspired by competition, Enhanced with compassion"

Mission Statement

Our mission is to support charity sailing regattas that raise funds for and awareness of non-profit hospice services in local communities.
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