Chelsea Clock is thrilled to once again be an official co-sponsor of the Sport Fishing Tournament to be held at the American Superyacht Forum 2012 in Fort Lauderdale,Florida, on May 23. The tournament, which concludes the three-day Forum, invites U.S…. Continue Reading →
We’re pleased to note that, while our Boardroom Clock was introduced just this past month, it has already achieved celebrity status! At a recent Congressional roundtable luncheon hosted by The New England Council in Boston, Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown accepted… Continue Reading →
There’s nothing like a boat trip to help you escape from the craziness of life. You leave land far behind you, and your troubles seem to stay right there with them. So whether you’re a boat enthusiast or just dreaming… Continue Reading →
Considered by many to be the “boating capital of New England,” the picturesque town of Boothbay Harbor, Maine, is abuzz with excitement as participants and spectators for this weekend’s Shipyard Cup begin to pour into town. The Shipyard Cup –… Continue Reading →
On Monday, July 11, the American yacht Bella PITA glided into Halifax Harbor, just 30 hours, 46 minutes and 52 seconds after departing from Marblehead waters, claiming first place in the Chelsea Clock Mariner Trophy Competition, IRC division. The Bella PITA,… Continue Reading →
The Marblehead to Halifax began Sunday July 10, 2011. Watch this great video of the start, provided by Patch.com. With nearly perfect sailing conditions in the forecast this race promises to be very exciting, possibly at a record pace. Follow… Continue Reading →
yacht racers from across the country and around the world will have something brand new to set their sights on: the Chelsea Clock Mariner Trophy – an exclusive perpetual trophy created for the Marblehead to Halifax Ocean Race 2011 (in conjunction with the Annapolis to Newport Race 2011), the biennial sailing event that challenges sailing enthusiasts on a 363-nautical-mile course from Marblehead, Massachusetts to Halifax, Nova Scotia.