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Sail and Steam reunite at the Fife Regatta

The Waverley visits the Clyde and surrounding waters every summer and she is a delight to see and a reminder of bygone years. She is the last sea-going Paddle Steamer in the world and will be cruising the Kyles of Bute and … Continue reading

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Fairlie and Fifes

Fairlie, a small village situated south of Largs, is not a small name in the classic yacht scene. It is well known as the place of origin for the graceful classic yachts designed and built by William Fife & son. … Continue reading

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Send us your photos!

You may have had a look at the Gallery page. If you have any photos from previous Fife Regattas, or if you take some during this years spectacle, then please send them to us and we will put them up … Continue reading

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The Fife Regatta Official Print

Alastair Houston’s name is synonymous with the Fife Regatta . Alastair and his sister Fiona are the inspiration behind the gathering of the William Fife yachts back on home waters. Both keen sailors, who are particularly attracted to classic yachts, … Continue reading

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Online Shop Is Open!

The Fife Regatta welcomes you to browse in our event store. There are a range of items which we hope you will be proud to wear in support of the Fife Regatta 2013. Please consider a purchase and share in … Continue reading

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Kentra launches in Fairlie

On 24th June 1923, the gaff rigged Kentra was first launched at William Fife’s boatyard in Fairlie. Today, almost 90 years later, Kentra again slipped gracefully into the Clyde at Fairlie Quay. It is lovely to see this beautiful Fife … Continue reading