The 2014 Regatta was a fantastic event - with three days of continuous activity on the Derwent River and Queens Domain.
All of our main water events - sailing, rowing, Trans Derwent Swimmers and jet skis put on a great show.
We had a stage on the foreshore for Sunday and Monday - bringing continuous entertainment, alongside the Great Regatta Challenge the backdrop of the fantastic water program and other fun activities around the waterfront.
And of course our regatta ground rides brought some new excitement as well as the old favourites.
The Royal Australian Navy, Airforce and Army give great support to the Regatta with flagship HMAS Tobruk, helicopter display and Army and Navy Bands entertaining us.
Stan Tilley gave us another great aerial acrobatic display and the woodchoppers worked hard chopping and sawing under the hot sun.
Our thanks to all of our volunteers, sponsors and participants who have come on board to make the Royal Hobart Regatta a success.
Peoples Day on Monday brought a large keelboat fleet out again on a course that will keep the combined clubs fleet within sight of the Regatta Ground, bringing the biggest display of sails at the Royal Hobart Regatta for many years - all competing for the prestigious Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy.
And right in the middle of the river in front of the Regatta Ground the smaller yachts put on a great showcase of sails - and gave Regatta patrons a great spectacle of sail.
At 6pm in the evening on Monday, the Geilston bay Boat Club ran a twilight keelboat race starting directly in front of the Regatta Ground - which was spectacular for Regatta Patrons - keelboat racing close up.
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