Cape Cod Bay Challenge

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The Cape Cod Bay Challenge (CCBC) is the oldest and most recognized standup paddle (SUP) event in the Northeast. After 10 years of paddling across Cape Cod Bay, in 2018 and 2019, we mixed it up a bit and our course was a  22-mile coastal course starting at Scusset Beach and ending at Duxbury Beach.  
Based on the current situation in the world with COVID-19, the CCBC will be a little different in 2020. Instead of paddlers participating in the long-distance paddle together, we will be organizing a virtual paddle.
Any time during the week of Saturday, August 1 to Saturday, August 8th, paddlers will be required to paddle a 15 mile+ route of their choice. This can be done solo or in relay teams of two paddlers.  Just as in years past, Paddlers will set up a fundraising page via CrowdRise to raise money for Christopher’s Haven from family and friends. We would like everyone to rase at least $500 (ideally more) but do the best that you can. We will set up a social media forum for paddlers to post maps of their routes, pictures, and stories of their paddles.
The primary goal of the CCBC is to raise funds for a truly wonderful non-profit organization, Christopher’s Haven, Located near Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Christopher’s Haven consists of nine fully furnished apartments and a community recreation area for families of children being treated for cancer in nearby Boston hospitals. Christopher’s Haven is much more than just a place to stay, it is a support system to help with things large and small, and a community where families can be together, share a laugh, be comforted, and comfort others. Over 450 families have stayed at Christopher’s Haven to date and the CCBC’s support over the past 10 years has helped make those stays possible.
A great after paddle event has always been the hallmark of the CCBC and we believe we have come up with a way to allow people to get together to celebrate everyone’s virtual paddle accomplishments. While we understand that not everyone participating in the virtual paddle will be local to the South Shore of Massachusetts and not able to attend the Celebration Event, we wanted to give local paddlers an option.
On Saturday, August 8th, there will be a celebration dinner & music event for paddlers, friends & family at the Levitate Backyard/Rexicana Surf Cantina located at 1871 Ocean St. Marshfield, MA 02050. This event is 100% optional and should only be attended to the extent that you are comfortable with the situation. This will be a seated, socially distanced event and will be similar to if you were going to Rexicana for dinner on any given night except it will be reserved for CCBC friends & family. Masks will be required to be worn ANY time that you are not seated at your table. The event will consist of “pay your own” way food & beverage and there will be live music.
Register via Eventbrite today!