Serenity finds peace after winning North Sea race By Jane Candlish June 27 2015, 4.29pm Share Serenity finds peace after winning North Sea race Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/621843/serenity-finds-peace-after-winning-north-sea-race/ Copy Link The yacht Serenity, which won the North Sea race A yacht called Serenity won the first leg of this week’s Bergen Shetland Blue Ribbon race. The yacht, skippered by Fridtjov Bergmann, The yacht Serenity, skippered by Fridtjov Bergmann, reached the finish line at 8.56pm, after racing across the North Sea for nearly 33 hours. The second placed Scirocco III finished four minutes later. The 30 yachts and 167 crew leave Lerwick on the second, return leg on Sunday. Totalling 388 nautical miles, the annual race was first held in 1986 and is organised by Hordaland Sailing Association in Norway, in association with Lerwick Boating Club.