Watch all the Highlights from Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week 2014
As Cowes Week comes to an end for another year, official sponsors Aberdeen Asset Management have released their video series of daily highlights from the week, presented by Shirley Robertson, double Olympic gold medalist.
Watch the videos below to see what you missed, or reminisce about the classic week just past.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 1 Highlights
Looking at the differences and similarities between Cowes Week in the past and the present. Also day one was Green Blue day at Cowes, a new initiative to highlight just how easy it is to adopt sustainable practices within the sport of sailing.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 2 Highlights
Day two was Family Day, and there were plenty of activities for people of all ages, on and off the water. The day was all about inspiring younger generations to get out on the water and enjoy sailing.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 3 Highlights
The Duke of Endinburgh visited Cowes and the week's official charity UKSA, were out promoting the transformational opportunities they offer to young people.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 4 Highlights
A day of rememberance, as the HMS Mersey and visitors commemorated 100 years since the first shot was fired at sea in WWI. Princess Anne also joined the UKSA crew to take the helm.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 5 Highlights
The bigger yachts circumnavigated the Isle of Wight to compete for the New York Yacht Club Challenge Trophy and England Rugby Sevens Star Ollie Phillips shares his thoughts on his first time at Cowes Week.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 6 Highlights
Day 6 was Ladies Day and Dee Caffari lifts the Ladies Day Trophy. The day also saw the Artemis Challenge race, and actor Warwick Davis trying his hand at sailing on the Solent.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 7 Highlights
With poor conditions, racing was unfortunately postponed, but weather meant business in the town centre was booming.
Cowes Week 2014 Day 8 Highlights
The last day of the week, a round up of this years fun, and a look to 2015.
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Article by Jack Bartrop