Flushing Village Regatta

The Club is host to the Flushing Village Regatta, one of the many local village regattas held in the Falmouth area. If you plan to take part you'll want the Notice of Race, the Sailing Instructions, and the chartlet.

Besides organising the racing for the day, the Clubhouse is the site of the sumptuous teas.

On a fine day the Quay is an excellent place to sit out in the sun and enjoy, assuming you aren't out on the water.

Falmouth Week

The Club is one of the members of PoFSA, under whose umbrella the village regattas are organised. PoFSA is also responsible for Falmouth Week, which in 2017 is 6th to 12th August. Traditionally the final Saturday is Flushing's 'day' and the evening's presentations, teas and entertainment take place at the Club, usually with the addition of a marquee on the Quay. There will be live music. You just can't stop these people singing!

A fully stocked bar is available serving local ales.

Regatta handicaps

If you race in a village regatta or Falmouth Week, you may require a Falmouth Area Yardstick (FAY). The Working Boats (B & C classes) and Gaffers (G class) use their existing class handicaps, the Sunbeams (V class) race as a one-design, but those in Q, U and W should ensure they have a FAY. In Falmouth Week there will be IRC class races in the Bay where FAY is not required, but in the Carrick Roads racing for these boats use FAY. It costs nothing, so better to be prepared than to be disappointed on the day.

To obtain a FAY, follow the link to the FAY application form

Village Regatta Dates, 2017

  • June 10th: Loe Beach Regatta
  • June 24th: Point and Penpol
  • July 8th: St Mawes Social Regatta
  • July 22nd: St Mawes Town Regatta
  • July 29th: Flushing Village Regatta
  • August 20th: Percuil Village Regatta
  • August 26th: Portscatho Village Regatta

Details of the regattas, including Sailing Instructions, can be found on the PoFSA website.

Entry form

Click for the Village Regatta entry form.

Flushing Village Regatta