The end of Cowes Week is marked by the stupendous Cowes Fireworks. Why jostle with the crowds in Cowes, when you can watch them from the comfort of the wonderful Gins Terrace with a glass in hand?
We will be offering a special Bistro Supper for this event, which is bound to be really popular.
To book, please contact Lauren at Gins on 023 8022 3352, option 1. A deposit of £10 per head will be taken at time of booking.

The Firework display has Red Funnel as the headline sponsor this year.

Red Funnel is celebrating 50 years of continuous high-speed service between Southampton and West Cowes and to mark such a big anniversary, and says to extend thanks to customers and staff, past and present, will be lighting up the skies on the Friday at 21:30 at Cowes Week to round off a week of sailing at the world-famous regatta.

Commenting on the sponsorship, Fran Collins, CEO of Red Funnel, said: 'This year marks a significant milestone for Red Funnel as we celebrate 50 years of high-speed service across the Solent. Committing to headline sponsorship of the Cowes Week fireworks just felt like the right way to celebrate this momentous event in our history. The Red Funnel Fireworks at Cowes Week event is a tribute to all of our staff and customers as a heartfelt thank you for their support over the last five decades, and we really hope everyone enjoys the show. We’re a longstanding supporter of Cowes Week but it felt like time for us to take that support to the next level. Cowes Week is deeply rooted in the history of Cowes and Cowes is our Island home port. It just makes perfect sense for us to support making this exciting event the best it can be, and we can’t wait to light up the skies. It’s going to be a fantastic show!'

Commenting on what to expect of this year’s fireworks display, Kate Johnson, Commercial and Marketing Director at CWL said:

'We’re thrilled that Red Funnel has taken on the headline sponsorship of the Fireworks Display, having been a long-term supporter of the regatta. It will be another fabulous display this year and those watching may notice a predominant red and white theme, in recognition of their support.'

Photo by CWL

Photo by CWL