The Florida 300 for 2018 has been cancelled. SSPUSA is excited to be involved with creating and managing next years revamp of the famous Worrell 1000.
The 2019 race will be called the Worrell 1000 Reunion Race and plans are well under way. Watch this site for official announcements soon.
The Florida 300 is a challenging five day endurance race for beach catamaran sailors racing up the coast of Florida, USA. The race starts on the beach in Palm Beach Shores and continues in daily legs with a finish at Fernindina Beach, FL
Sailors who complete the Florida 300 rank among the best cat sailors in the world.
Download the 2018 Florida 300 Notice of Race
The race will start on the Beach by the Sea Spray Inn, 123 Ocean Avenue Palm Beach Shores, FL. The race will proceed in five one day legs, north to the finish at Fernandina Beach, FL. Overnight stops are planned at Vero Beach, Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach, and St Augustine Beach, FL. Times will be recorded for each leg and used for cumulative elapsed time and SCHRS handicap scoring. Approvals for stops are still in work and may be changed north of Daytona Beach.
What is the Florida 300 Like?
Check the videos below, it’s beautiful sailing on beautiful water, perfect breezes in tropical paradise AND it’s all you can handle “Can I Do This?” survival sailing. Take the challenge, do the Florida 300.