Taking place from Wednesday 27th June for five days, the Henley Royal Regatta attracts thousands of visitors to the River Thames annually as one of the most popular Regatta events. This year will be no exception following the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations.
First held in 1839, the events have expanded from a one day event to five, with 20 rowing events leading to the prize giving commencing from 4.30 pm on Sunday. Through out the five days a series of head to head events taking place for 0ne mile, 550 yards, racing two abreast.
The Regatta enclosure will be constructed just downstream, offering the public seating areas and a covered restaurant with an outside dining area. (You would need to buy a ticket for admission to the Regatta enclosure.) Mooring at the Regatta is now fully booked for this years Royal Henley Regatta but you can moor just outside the Marina at Caversham next to the River and Rowing Museum you are just 5 minutes walk across the Bridge to Henley.
Why not book hire boat ‘Gina’ for a midweek break and immerse yourself in the Henley Regatta atmosphere! This boat situated at Caversham offers hirers the opportunity to moor at the River and Rowing Museum at Henley and walk to the Spectators enclosure.