Regatta Day August 1st 2021
135 Years of Maritime Celebration, Est. 1885, right here in North Devon
The Appledore & Instow Regatta is a long running traditional celebration of maritime endurance and skill on water, with fun and family at the heart of the events.
Events are organised for everyone to enjoy over a number of days between July and August with many stalls and exhibits on Regatta Day.
The Regatta events include: Gaffers & Luggers Sailing Races, Model Yachts Racing, World Championship Crabbing Contest, Salmon Boat Races, Gig Sprints, Gig Club Racing, Gig River Races, with competitive W.E.A.R.A. Rowing with round 10 Rowing Clubs in over 30 races and also...
Sailing Boat Race, Greasy Pole Walking, Outboard Motor Race, Sculling over the Stern, Boat 'Tug of War', Miller & Sweep Flour Battle and stall holders.
Find out What's On, When & Where click here:
Planning for next years regatta is underway. Watch this space.
The Torridge River running between Appledore and Instow Villages is a tidal river, with extremely fast flowing waters and undercurrents, all year round, even at low tide. Care must be taken when entering the water.
The Appledore Instow Regatta supports the RNLI 'Respect the Water' Campaign, which is the RNLI national drowning prevention campaign highlighting the risks, helps you avoid them and gives advice to keep you and those around you safe.
Further details can be found here at RNLI Safety.