The America's Cup Endeavour Program

The America's Cup is teaming up with some of the biggest names in the marine industry to launch an ambitious youth education and sailing program - the AC Endeavour Program - with a focus on leaving a sporting legacy in Bermuda.

Sunday 28th May is America’s Cup Endeavour Day in the America’s Cup Village. A celebration of everything that the America’s Cup Endeavour Program has already achieved, a look ahead to the legacy the program is creating in Bermuda and around the world, and a chance to dedicate a special day during the 35th America’s Cup to our inspirational youth initiative.

As part of the America’s Cup commitment to the Bermuda community, it created America’s Cup Endeavour, an ambitious youth education and sailing program dedicated to leaving a sporting legacy in Bermuda that has a strong, positive impact on the community.

To date, America‘s Cup Endeavour has engaged over 1,550 students aged 9 to 12 years old from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds across Bermuda, introducing them to the sport of sailing in a uniquely designed, fun and interactive education program, which features a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math curriculum, which we call "STEAM through Sailing".

We hope you will help us sustain this program, so that we can establish its legacy beyond the America‘s Cup. 

The America’s Cup Endeavour Program is the event legacy for host venue Bermuda as part of the 35th America’s Cup. It is underwritten by the America’s Cup Event Authority and supported by it’s Corporate Partners; Orbis, PwC, Butterfield Bank, Appleby, Belco, BF&M, Hamilton Insurance Group, Hamilton Princess and Beach Club and Xl Catlin. In addition it has it’s Marine and Facility partners, AES, Blokart, Hobie, North Sails, O’Pen Bic, RS Sailing, Dynamic Dollies and Racks, Harken, Magic Marine, VersaDock and VSR. The program has and will enjoy great success thanks to the support of these impactful Partnerships.