Part of Scotland’s year of History, Heritage and Archaeology this new festival celebrates boats, folk and our shared heritage.
Shoreside there’ll be plenty to see and do with traditional wooden boats, music and films. Crafts-people will be on hand to demonstrate their skills and techniques for adults and have-a-go activities for children. On the water, look out for the Castle to Crane race on Saturday and the shorter Glasgow Cup Race on Sunday. If you want to get involved then try out one of the boats in the “experience sessions”.
The fun doesn’t stop after nightfall. After dark you can dance the night away at the Clydebuilt Ceilidh on board the Tall Ship, tickets are limited but if you miss out then don’t worry because back on the shore the bar marquee will be open late with entertainment from live bands.