Since 1965, rowers have come from near and far to take part in the world’s largest Regatta. But the fun isn’t limited to competitors. There are many ways for spectators to get involved in the weekend’s festivities. Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned veteran, the Regatta offers spectators a variety of activities. Individuals looking for a relaxed setting that boasts spectacular views should check out the Eliot Bridge Enclosure; while, the Weld Exhibition is the go to place for great local grub and Regatta merchandise. For a lively and energetic venue, check out the Reunion Village where alumni and spectators gather to support their favorite teams. Visit the Rowing and Fitness Expo at the finish line to test out a rowing machine or browse vendor merchandise.
When is the Regatta?
Saturday, October 18 & Sunday, October 19 2014
Where is the best place to watch?
Most spectators enjoy watching between the Anderson and Weeks bridges, along the halfway point of the race. With the Weld Exhibition on the Cambridge side, and the Reunion Village on the Boston side, there is plenty to see, do, and taste while watching your favorite crews.
What time is racing?
Racing runs from 8AM-5PM on both Saturday and Sunday. Full Schedule here.
Does it cost to be a spectator at the Regatta?
Absolutely not! It is FREE to watch this amazing event!