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Isle of Wight District Contract Bridge Association (IWDCBA)
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Osborne Golf Club
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Cowes Beach is a short pebble and shell covered beach to the west of the town front or Parade. It makes the perfect vantage point for the many sailing events that take place in the historic yachting town of Cowes throughout the year, including the world’s largest sailing regatta “Cowes Week”....
East Cowes Beach is a quiet shingle and sand beach with fantastic views across West Cowes and its marina, and also out across the Solent. It is good for family swimming and as it is tucked away behind the town it a great beach to visit if you are looking for somewhere a bit quieter during your...
High Street, COWES
Fynn Marine Rib & Yacht Charters based in Cowes.
Affordable sailing and rib charters by the hour, day or weekend. Rib taster trips from £20 per person. Half day sail on a 40ft yacht starts at £300 (maximum of 8 people). Terms and conditions apply. Phone 01983 297500 to book.
UKSA’s waterfront campus in Cowes on the sunny Isle of Wight is the perfect location for residential and non-residential sailing and watersports activities.
UKSA offers yachting, dinghy sailing, kayaking, keelboating, paddleboarding, surfing, windsurfing, power boating and more, from leisure...
Open: Tuesday - Saturday (May - September): 10am - 4pm
The museum is a collection of fine marine paintings, nautical instruments and yachting memorabilia gathered by Sir Max & housed in an 18th Century sail maker's loft.
* Private tours can be arranged out of season (no minimum capacity).
This small museum situated in Cowes library began in the 1970’s when library staff began collecting plans, photographs and models from the ship building firm J. Samuel Whites. The collection now incorporates all aspects of local maritime activity from shipbuilding to sailing. The museum displays a...
Whippingham, EAST COWES
This is the church used by the Royal Family, including Queen Victoria when she was in residence at Osborne House.
A small medieval church was altered by the architect John Nash in 1804-6. In 1854-5 the chancel was rebuilt, with chapels for the Royal Family and Royal Household. The rest was...
You cannot miss this massive dockyard crane at the mouth of the River Medina at Cowes. You can see it as you walk out of Cowes along the Birmingham Road, as you approach the chain ferry from East Cowes, and as you come into Cowes from the sea. Constructed in 1912 by Babcock and Wilcox of Renfrew...