Row in the Harbour 

Victoria harbour was a major venue for rowing in Hong Kong as early as 1841, however, with both the sport and its races relocating to less busy waters in the intervening period, rowing regattas have been absent from the iconic Hong Kong harbour skyline for over 60 years.  


Until recent years, purpose -designed coastal rowing boats, used internationally in the rough water conditions, allow us to make harbour rowing a reality once again in the centre of Hong Kong. 

Royal Engineers in a racing gig in the harbour in 1896.
An RHKYC Eight rowing along the line of the new breakwater in Causeway Bay typhoon shelter.
Centenary row past in the harbour in 1994.
The Opening Cruise Regatta in 1927.
Victor Ardy and Major N. Payne-Johnson in the harbour during their row around Hong Kong Island in October 1953. 
The RHKYC Coastal Quad entering the harbour during the Around the Island Race in 2016.

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