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Port Pendennis Marina
Challenger Quay
Falmouth. Cornwall
TR11 3YL

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events and record challenges

2017 events

Falmouth Week has developed into the largest regatta in the South West, rivalled only by Cowes Week. It provides a racing schedule to challenge the most competitive sailors, yet retains a ‘fun and friendly’ feel which also attracts families and the less experienced. There are six days of competitive racing in the waters of Falmouth Bay, the Carrick Roads and the Harbour, with a Champagne Day on Wednesday and a lively shoreside programme of daytime and evening entertainment.

Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week

4th to 13th August


The second week of August every year is traditionally FALMOUTH REGATTA WEEK, which combines racing for both traditional and modern yachts. There are regularly over 500 entries from Mirror dinghies to IRC yachts, including two multihull fleets. Classic’s Weekend preceeds Regatta Week.

Falmouth and Port Pendennis have been the venue for many Championships and International Regattas, such as the ATLANTIC CHALLENGE, ATLANTIC ALONE and AZAB.

Join Dame Ellen and other record breakers in choosing Port Pendennis as your starting point. The direct access from the marina to open and uncongested sailing water for trialling together with our location close to The Lizard make us the ideal location to wait for your weather window. "Playstation" reports that we are the easiest marina they have visited for multihull access.

record challenges

the start & finish of great adventures

"B&Q" - Dame Ellen MacArthur
75ft Irens Tri (Fastest single handed circumnavigation)

"Mari Cha III" - Bob Miller
45m Briand Ketch (Oct '98 Transatlantic Record Holder)

"Armor-Lux" - Bernard Stamm
Open 60ft (Feb 2001 Transatlantic Record Holder)

"Playstation" - Steve Fossett
125ft Morrelli Cat

"Orange II " - Bruno Peyron
Ollier Catamaran  
Team Legato" - Tony Bullimore
110ft Irens Catamaran

"Trading Network" - Fedor Konyukhov
Open 80

some of the famous record beakers
that we have been priveledged to host:

record breakers

Ellen arriving back in Falmouth

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