Event Info

Every last detail for paddlers and spectators!

GENERAL SCHEDULE

August 12, 2017
5:00 am - 10:00 pm
Scusset Beach, Sagamore, MA
Finish - Mayo Beach, Wellfleet, MA

5:00 am – Paddlers launch from Scusset Beach State Reservation -  20 Scusset Beach Rd, Sagamore Beach, MA 02562
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm - Family and friends gather for some fun at Mayo Beach, Wellfleet, MA
3:30 - 4:30 pm – Paddlers arrive and the party starts
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm – After party/fundraiser across from Mayo Beach at Baker Field in Wellfleet, MA (next to the Bookstore Restaurant & Wellfleet Skate Park)

AFTER PADDLE CELEBRATION

After the paddlers arrive at Mayo Beach in Wellfleet they will walk across the parking lot to Baker Field where a celebration will await them.  The Celebration is open to the public but the only way to ensure that you can attend is to register and purchase a ticket in advance.  A ticket to the Celebration includes food, beverages and live music.  In addition, there will also be awesome raffle and auction items to win.  There is a limit to the amount of people that can attend the Celebration so if you have a loved one participating in the CCBC and you want to be able to join them at the event, sign up and grab a ticket by clicking here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cape-cod-bay-challenge-tickets-33815631464

REGISTRATION

      • Paddler Registration:  Max 100
        $135/paddler – includes after party
      • Adult (21+) Party Registration:  Max 150
        $65/ticket – includes food, beverage & entertainment
      • Youth (11-20) Party Registration:  Max 50
        $25/ticket – includes, food, beverage & entertainment
      • Kids (10 & Under) Party Registration:  Max 50
        $15/ticket – includes, food, beverage & entertainment

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

CCBC DONATION REQUIREMENT

Donations: Each paddler is required to raise at least $750 for Christopher's Haven prior to the event. After registered, set up your fundraising page here and begin to share!

EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

All paddlers are required to provide their own equipment. Paddlers must have a board at least 12'6" in length to participate. In addition all paddlers must have a coast guard approved PFD (personal floatation device), whistle & a light. Prone paddlers are welcome!