Wonder how ACBDA calculated the ROI on this temporary dunk? Ooops, dock! The super yachts as pictured would be docked or anchored at the other end of the island and I have my doubts about how many guests would use their yachts tender (water taxi) to get from the airport to their yacht especially if it is windy and rainy.
Any large or super yacht that is coming to Bermuda for AC35 would have made their final arrangements months ago and by now ACBDA and BTA should be able to confirm the number of yachts that have confirmed they will be coming to Bermuda for AC35. Time too confirm their claims of 75 to 100 super yachts!
ACBDA and BTA should be in a position to confirm the number of visitors (air & cruise) who will be on the Island for all the weeks of AC35. They should also be in a position to confirm the number of AC35 tickets sold for entrance into the AC compound and the yacht anchoring race viewing area.
The ACBDA/BTA silence when it comes to confirmable AC35 numbers should have a lot of people concerned.