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Buzzards Bay Swim, a charity swim in New Bedford Harbor, Massachusetts

Deborah Hood is the event manager of the Buzzards Bay Swim at New Bedford & Fairhaven, Massachusetts.

Buzzards Bay Swim[edit]

The 24th Annual 1.2-mile Buzzards Bay Swim is held on 24 June 2017. The start is at the beach next to The Edge Seafood & Lounge at 1480 E Rodney French Blvd, New Bedford; the finish is at DCR’s Fort Phoenix State Beach, Green Street, Fairhaven. The cost is US$25 registration fee + a US$150 (pay or raise) fundraising minimum.

Located 50 miles south of Boston, the Buzzards Bay Swim features a one-of-a-kind scenic point-to-point course across outer New Bedford Harbor. Assisted by the U.S. Coast Guard and a local safety patrol, swimmers navigate 1.2 miles through the harbor and channel, passing by the iconic Butler Flats Lighthouse and the New Bedford Hurricane Barrier, one of the largest stone structures on the East Coast. At the finish, swimmers are welcomed with a beach party featuring a live steel drum band, pancakes cooked to order, gourmet coffee, free massages, and local beer. The Buzzards Bay Swim is a fundraiser for the Buzzards Bay Coalition, a nonprofit that works to protect clean water in its region. The registration and fundraising fee covers parking, free shuttle to the start line, bag check, chip timing, snacks, breakfast, beverages, event t-shirt, water bottle, swag bag, live music, free massage, awards, prizes, and a hefty bronze finisher's medal custom made by local artisans. Special rates available for youth teams.

Contact[edit]

+1-508-999-6363 x207 or via email at events@savebuzzardsbay.org

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