Falmouth WeekFalmouth Category
Falmouth Week includes six days of match racing for keelboats, traditional craft and dinghies in the waters off Falmouth Bay, the Carrick Roads and the harbour. Wednesday is Champagne Day, a race for the big yachts with a 25 mile coastal course finishing in the inner harbour, whilst smaller boats race in the Carrick Roads.
On the shore we have activities to keep everyone entertained, from the fantastic Red Arrows display and themed party nights to samba bands and the Action Sports Tour Show.
In Events Square there are daytime activities including Science in the Square, while in the evening you’ll find a great line up of music acts. There are daily live performances on the Prince of Wales Pier featuring music, street theatre and dance.
We’re delighted to introduce the Outlaw Food & Drink Festival and Outlaw Summer Markets on The Moor in 2015, which will bring 38 artisan craft and food makers together for a lively schedule of shopping, music, food & drink.
There are many great vantage points to view the sailing, including Pendennis and St Mawes Castles, St Anthony Head, Castle Drive and Pendennis Point, Trefusis Point and Flushing. To view the dinghy racing, walk along from Mylor Yacht Harbour towards Restronguet Sailing Club.