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Established 1867

MOLESEY REGATTA 2021

 

  • Contact details for entries and racing: marmjrmvhmjhentries@aprapr.plus.com.
  • All other matters: moleseyregatta.org.uk

 

Event and Victor Ludorum winners have now been posted

So that’s it! A big thank you to competitors, umpires, volunteers, committee members and suppliers for making this year’s regatta a success, despite the odds.
 
Our next events in 2022 are:
Molesey Head Races on Saturday, February 12th
Molesey Amateur Regatta on Saturday, July 16th
Molesey Junior Regatta on Sunday, July 17th
 

Ted Bates – Regatta Secretary

On behalf of the Committee of Molesey Amateur Regatta

 

 

Location details are at the bottom of this page.

Here are some special features about the Regatta

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Why not enter our oldest invitation event – the Garrick Doubles? This was originally designed for a senior oarsman and a novice oarsman. Times and classifications have changed a lot in 118 years, but the principle is the same – an experienced rower and an  inexperienced rower racing together. The silver cup is enormous and beautiful – well worth a picture. The event is mixed and defined in modern terms under Competitors.

A new cup was added to the collection in 2018. It is an 1874 Molesey Regatta oak-bound quart tankard. It was presented to the regatta by Phil Bourgignon, MBC Head Coach. It is in honour of Dick (Douglas) Child who was on the committee from 1986 to 2017 and President from 2001 to 2004. Each year it will be allocated to an event, and have the winning club engraved on its base. Well worth competing for!


 

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Whether it’s your first regatta or you are a returning champion, we aim to make our regatta a friendly place where the competition stays on the water and friends and families can enjoy a weekend by the river.

The Mayor of Elmbridge, is coming in the afternoon. Dominic Raab, our MP and Vice-President is coming in the afternoon.

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The poster below is courtesy of the London Transport Museum and dates to the 1920s.

How to get here

All COMPETITORS, BOAT TRAILERS & OFFICIALS’ VEHICLES: please arrive via SADLERS RIDE KT8 1SU

 
ALTERNATIVE PARKING via FERRY ROAD KT8 1SJ – NOT AVAILABLE in 2021

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