29 July - 04 August 23

Cowes Week

Cowes Week is an annual sailing regatta that takes place in Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, usually during the first week of August. The event is one of the oldest and largest sailing events in the world and attracts sailors and spectators from around the globe.

Cowes Week features a variety of races, including one-design and handicap racing, and is open to boats of all sizes and types, from high-performance racing yachts to traditional gaff-rigged boats. The regatta also includes a range of shore-side activities, such as live music, food and drink stalls, and a fireworks display. The event has a long and prestigious history, dating back to 1826, and has become an important part of the British sporting and social calendar. It is renowned for its competitive racing, with some of the world's top sailors taking part, but also for its festive atmosphere and social events. It is also a showcase for the latest sailing technology and innovation, with many boat manufacturers and equipment suppliers using the event to launch new products and showcase their latest designs.

The event attracts a diverse range of participants and spectators, from amateur sailors and yacht club members to celebrities and high-profile business people. Cowes Week is a celebration of sailing, sportsmanship, and socialising, and is a must-attend event for anyone with a passion for sailing or an interest in the British social scene.

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29 July - 04 August '23