Champagne Sailing at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week 2012 Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week 2012 provided some stunning racing conditions with sunshine and good breeze for the majority of the… Read more
Cowes Week this year saw race prizes awarded at daily presentations. However for the more prestigious Race Trophies such as the Britannia Cup these have to be awarded at a special ceremony on the Friday evening in the Royal Yacht Squadron.
The Official Mount Gay Rum’s Red Cap Party took place on Thursday at Shepard’s Wharf, Cowes.
In support of the official Cowes Week charity, Toe in the Water, the Black Knights Royal Artillery Parachute Display Team performed a spectacular action jump on Cowes Parade at last night.
As the nation prepares to adjust to life without the Olympics, there is plenty to look forward to at this year’s Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week. With a theme of Red White and Blue in this special “Best of British” year, a varied programme of shore-side events and activities will complement the sailing schedule.
Toe In The Water, official charity partner to the UK’s biggest sailing regatta, Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week, has laid down the challenge to competitors, supporters and the public alike to help make their shore-side fundraising activities as successful as their on the water racing performance.
Whether you’re a competitor at Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week, are interested in watching the racing, or simply want to be involved in the festival atmosphere of the event, there are loads of things to see and do during Cowes Week on the Isle of Wight.
On Friday August 10th, Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club Club is hosting a very Special event to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the demise of the historic Royal Isle of Wight Golf Club.