The Port of Blyth in Northumberland will come alive when it hosts the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta from Friday 26 - Monday 29 August. Up to 30 of the largest and most spectacular Tall Ships in the world will sail into Blyth for a fantastic four day festival.

There will be lots to see and do with 1.5 miles of entertainment, food and drink and the stunning Tall Ships. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected to enjoy the specular event, which also includes nightly fireworks, live music and grand parades.

This maritime celebration takes place during the 60th anniversary of The Tall Ships Races, and our event will end with a race from the Northumberland coast to Gothenburg, Sweden.

​Come along to the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta Blyth 2016 and enjoy a splendid show of Tall Ships and family entertainment.

Come and see magnificent ships

Up to 30 Tall Ships, steeped in history, will sail majestically into Blyth for the August bank holiday.

​The event is shaping up to be fantastic and we already have wonderful vessels attending from Norway, Belgium, Poland, the UK and the Netherlands among others.

Lots of fun for all the family

There's plenty of exciting entertainment planned for the event, including grand parades, live music and fireworks.

You'll experience a spectacular crew parade and parade of sail. 

There will be fantastic local cuisine on sale, bringing the taste of the sea to this wonderful event.

Join our free VIP club today!

Be the first to find out about all of the entertainment on offer by signing up for our free VIP club.

VIP club members will get some special extras too, including the chance to win the day of a lifetime.

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Book corporate hospitality

Whether entertaining staff and their families, clients or suppliers, or all of the above, the ships and our experienced ship event managers can help deliver highly memorable events for your company.

BBQs on deck, fine circulating canapés, or delicious hot and cold fork or finger buffets will delight guests and fully stocked bars get them in the maritime spirit.