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HELP DARTMOUTH REGATTA PROSPER D


It is hard to believe but this year on the 29th, 30th and 31st August, the Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta will be celebrating its 175th event.


artmouth has changed significantly over the years, as has the Regatta. When it first started in 1822 by the gentlemen of the town the event was very small with


3 sailing races, 1 rowing race, a military band performance at the Castle, and a Regatta Ball held at the Castle Inn for 120 people! The Regatta is always held on the last Friday of August to ensure no clashes with the National Sailing programme and so it won’t clash with other Regattas such as Cowes Week. Over the years we have seen many sailing races with all


sizes of yachts, rowing races fiercely fought amongst the local pubs, air displays that have literally left your heart in your mouth and much, much more. Did you know Queen Victoria bestowed the Royal title on


our towns Regatta in 1856, after enjoying her visit to our town due to bad weather en route to Plymouth with Prince Albert so much, or that Prince Andrew our current patron attended the 150th Regatta in 1994? He started the Open


Whaler Race by firing a canon, and in the same year we had a visiting Argen- tinian ship in harbour, one of the first after the Falklands conflict. Such is the success of the event over the years we even had Sir Steve Redgrave CBE and Andrew Holmes among the winning crew of Leander (Star & Arrow) in the Open Eights in 1984! In 2018, the committee had to make a change, we do not receive any


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