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Early bird Lendy Cowes Week 2019 entry ends midnight Friday 10th May!

by Cowes Week Ltd 9 May 15:44 BST 10-17 August 2019
J/70 Mjölnir at Lendy Cowes Week © Paul Wyeth / Lendy Cowes Week

If you're thinking about taking part in Lendy Cowes Week 2019, don't forget that the Early Bird discounted entry fee ends at midnight on Friday 10th May after which time the Standard Entry Fee will apply.

So why not enter now to benefit from a discount on the Standard Entry Fee for the whole week, or if you can't take part for the full week, you can race just for one day. More details on entry fees are in the Notice of Regatta.

If you have any questions regarding entering Lendy Cowes Week, please contact the Regatta Office on 01983 295744 or

Charter Options for Lendy Cowes Week

Sunsail is proud to be the Official Charter Sailing Partner of Lendy Cowes Week. As the only charter company to have a dedicated racing class, the Sunsail Racing Series pits competitors against one another in a fleet of identical Sunsail Match First 40 yachts. To find out more about charter options, visit website or call Zoe on 02392 222 221

The Lendy Cowes Week Official Charity - 1851 Trust

The 1851 Trust is delighted to once again be the official charity for Lendy Cowes Week 2019. They are looking forward to meeting competitors and supporters alike during the week and will be based on The Parade throughout the Regatta.

The 1851 Trust are continuing to innovate and inspire through their work with young people both locally and nationally. They make a difference to the lives of young people through their unique and engaging programmes across education and sailing. As the Official Charity of INEOS TEAM UK, they use Britain's America's Cup challenge to get children, who may have never considered sailing as a sport, out on the water; alongside taking science out of the textbooks and into real-life applications inspired by sport.

There will be lots of ways to get involved and support the 1851 Trust during Lendy Cowes Week and you can start by making a donation with your yacht entry.

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