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The Færder Regatta

The Færder Regatta Photo: Færderseilasen
The Færder Regatta Photo: Færderseilasen

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Annual regatta from Oslo to Horten. Enjoy the spectacular sight of hundreds of sailboats on the Oslo Fjord!

The Fæder Regatta is one of the world's biggest overnight regattas. From its inception in 1947, with seven boats competing, the regatta has grown considerably and now more than 1000 boats and 4-5000 sailors participate.

Sending off more than 1000 boats from what is a relatively confined space represents a logistical nightmare, but also a very spectacular sight that is well worth the trip.

The regatta is organised by the Royal Norwegian Yacht Club.

Follow the regatta live at seilas.no and seilmagasinet.no for live video, video interviews and more.

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Where:Oslo - Horten
6/12/2015 - 6/13/2015
Fri and Sat
12:00 PM
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The Færder Regatta

Annual regatta from Oslo to Horten. Enjoy the spectacular sight of hundreds of sailboats on the Oslo Fjord! The Fæder Regatta is one of the world's...

The Færder Regatta

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