A three-day programme of sailing events, air displays, live music, street food and fireworks.
The Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta labelled the ‘Best in the West’, the Royal Regatta always lives up to its reputation with superb competition and brilliant entertainment.
Thousands of visitors from the region, nation and indeed the world descend on Dartmouth every August for a packed three-day programme of air sailing, sports, live music, street food, fireworks and more.
The centre of the Royal Regatta has always been the sailing, rowing and swimming. These sports have for several decades been supplemented by tennis and the road races. All are as popular as ever and as always the Royal Regatta will provide some excellent competition.
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