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Bermuda Triple Crown

This prestigious three-tournament series highlights an incredible summer blue marlin bite

Dates: July 3-23, 2024

For decades, the blue-purple waters off the island nation of Bermuda have attracted anglers from around the world to pursue giant Atlantic blue marlin as well as a host of other species. It’s home to the Bermuda Triple Crown, a series of highly competitive billfish tournaments that occur each year in July. 

The tournament series also recognizes and thanks its highly valued sponsors.


Why Fish in the Bermuda Triple Crown?

The reasons are many to spend the month of July in paradise

  • The waters surrounding Bermuda offer some of the best fishing for big blue marlin in the world, with numerous fish weighing more than 1,000 pounds landed over the years. 
  • For 2024, the Bermuda Triple Crown has added a series of optional jackpots for participating teams, including a 20th anniversary winner-take-all division.
  • From the pristine waters to beautiful beaches, Bermuda is simply unlike any other destination in the world 
  • Bermuda is the home of the Dark n’ Stormy—need we say more?
A series of boats docked at the Bermuda Triple Crown

Quick Event Info

Everything you need to know about fishing the Bermuda Triple Crown


Past Tournament Highlights & Winners

The Bermuda Triple Crown never disappoints. Check out past winners and highlights from previous tournaments.

Tournament FAQs

Find answers to common questions about the Bermuda Triple Crown

There are 3 main marinas in Bermuda that will accommodate your sportfish – the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Marina, Waterfront Marina and the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club.

Yes, there are several charter boats in Bermuda. The tournament staff can help you with suggestions.

Five hundred (500) points awarded for every blue marlin officially released, or one point per pound for every blue marlin weighed and verified at or over the 500-pound minimum. One hundred (100) points for every white marlin, spearfish or sailfish officially released. If a blue marlin brought to the scales fails to make the minimum weight limit, the team that caught the fish will be penalized 500 team points, plus two points per pound that the fish is under the minimum weight.