Cowes Week is one of the oldest and most successful sporting events in the UK, which is a key event in the British sporting summer. It has been held in early August every year since 1826, with the exception of two world wars.
The regatta takes place in the most interesting water area of Russia - Lake Baikal. It is held in the most favorable season for yachting. Along the route get acquainted with the most famous and picturesque bays of the Small Sea.
Sailing Week features up to seven days of ﬂeet racing for yachts and dayboats in the expansive waters of Falmouth Bay and the Carrick Roads (lower Fal estuary).
Founded in 1925, the Rolex Fastnet Race is a biennial offshore yacht race organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club of the United Kingdom with the assistance of the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes and the city of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin in France.
Hamilton Island Race Week is one of the world’s most famous yachting events - and every year, brings spectators and yachties from all around the globe to the Whitsundays for an exciting line up of on and offshore events.