The Salamander Sailing Adventure
COWES WEEK FIREWORKS CRUISE WITH VIP HOSPITALITY
4th AUGUST 2023
on the water spectating
TAPAS AND COCKTAILS FRIDAY NIGHT COWES FIREWORKS CRUISE
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SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON
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THE SALAMANDER LUXURY SPECTATOR BOAT with 5 STAR VIP HOSPITALITY on the water spectating FAMOUS COWES WEEK FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS
When is Cowes Week Fireworks?
FRIDAY 4th AUGUST
Since 1826 Cowes Week has played a key part in the British sporting summer calendar and is one of the UK's longest running and most successful sporting events.
The week culminates in a spectacular firework display set off from the water just outside Cowes.
Each year prior to the fireworks there is also an impressive air display.
1700 Depart Berthon Lymington Marina
19.45 RAF Red Arrows or RAF Typhoon Air Display*
21.30 Firework Display
Around Midnight - Return to Berthon Lymington Marina
Regatta Organisers and Fireworks Programme
*All timings and events subject to change.
Salamander your #SpectatorBoat with great decks for viewing the Cowes Week Fireworks and Air Display
Where is the best place to see the Cowes Week Fireworks and where to find the Cowes Week Friday Night Fireworks Cruise and Spectator Boat
The Salamander Cowes Week Friday Night Fireworks Cruise and Spectator Boat is normally found in Berthon Lymington Marina, in the Georgian town of Lymington.
Our experience confirms that the normally sheltered patrolled waters just outside the Cowes Breakwater is the best place to see the Fireworks from on board the Salamander Spectator Boat.
Salamander normally departs Lymington in the late afternoon in daylight and returns under the stars before midnight.
Alternatively bespoke arrangements can be made to meet an exclusive party of up to 12 guests in Lymington, Buckler's Hard on the Beaulieu River, Southampton, the Hamble, Portsmouth and Gosport in Hampshire, Cowes and Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.
Departure times can be agreed to suit the evening programme and guests requirements.
Lymington, Yarmouth, Cowes, Hamble, Southampton and Portsmouth are well served by trains and ferries making overland connections for boarding and disembarking Salamander very easy.
Lymington, The New Forest and the Isle of Wight are unique destination venues for some amazing scenery, with luxurious boutique hotels and excellent fine dining providing the perfect backdrop to combine with some wonderful sailing on board Salamander, a traditional yacht with a classically designed teak interior.
Transfers from hotels can be arranged.
Salamander your #SpectatorBoat finding the best location for spectating the Cowes Week Fireworks and Air Display
Salamander is heated and perfectly suited for year round use, both sailing and cruising under motor. Feel free to wander around the extensive teak decks with their protective teak handrail as we look for the best location for you to see the event.
Salamander your #SpectatorBoat also has a warm saloon for great all weather spectating.
What's included in the price for Cowes Week Fireworks Cruise with 5 STAR VIP Hospitality Spectator Boat?
Full evening on the water spectating on board Salamander for up to 12 guests.
A professional crew of 3, probably the highest crew to guest ratio on the south coast, usually including the round the world owner skipper with tales to tell.
Full dedicated steward service on board serving complimentary tapas prepared by the celebrated chef Andrew du Bourg of The Elderflower restaurant and a selection of cocktails prepared by the crew. Andrew was formerly head chef of the 5 star Chewton Glen hotel and the Michelin starred Club Gascon in London.
Soft drinks, tea and coffee are also available throughout your stay on board Salamander of Lymington
Parking, if departing from Lymington, adjacent to Salamander in Berthon Lymington Marina, Bath Road, Lymington, SO41 3YL
TESTIMONIAL - WHAT DO THE SALAMANDER SAILING ADVENTURE GUESTS SAY ?
“Cowes firework display ”
"Spent a wonderful evening with Chris, Sue and Diana on board Salamander. Boarded at 5pm and returned to Lymington at 11pm. Food and drinks flowed, the sun shone and the sail was raised. Plenty of warm clothes and hot drinks on offer on the way back.
Would thoroughly recommend the hospitality offered by this lovely couple.
Just the activity to add to your bucket list !! "
bibandbrace - TripAdvisor Review
"Perfect evening, fireworks, sailing and a great red arrows display"
"An amazing evening, the crew were amazing hosts, food was out of this world. It was a great way to watch the Cowes week fireworks and we even had an extended Red Arrows display thrown in.
Great trip, highly recommended"
Pauljmills - TripAdvisor Review