Planned Events & Appearances
We will update the calendar periodically as more dates are confirmed.
If no events are shown, Gloriana will be on display at St. Katharine Docks, in the City of London.
There are also Transit Days in the calendar, where Gloriana will be travelling from one location to the next. These are often good days to catch a sight of her at a lock on the River Thames.
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The Queen’s Row Barge Gloriana with an escort of traditional rowed craft has been invited to row over the course followed by the boats of the Oxbridge Waterman’s Challenge before the four races of The Cancer Research UK Boat Races. Gloriana will be among the flotilla of craft attending the Oxford v Cambridge boat races, one of the oldest sporting events in the world. It will be the 163rd Boat Race and 72nd Women’s Boat Race, both now raced on…Find out more »
The annual event when HM Barge Master with Royal Watermen row from Hampton Court Palace to HM Tower of London carrying the Stela to celebrate the importance of the Queen’s highway – the River Thames. Find more information on Facebook.Find out more »
Gloriana will ‘beat the bounds’ of the Borough of Spelthorne between Sunbury lock and Staines upon Thames. Escorts of river boats with events at the locks along the way. Details to be confirmed.Find out more »
Gloriana will visit this riparian day filled with fun events on the river and in the town of Staines upon Thames. There will be a lot going on so worth checking the website: http://www.stainesuponthamesday.co.uk/whats-on/Find out more »
Gloriana will once again visit the Royal Regatta with a row past on Sunday 2nd July by Pangbourne College RC who are celebrating their 100th anniversary.Find out more »
A weekend of racing on the Thames at Kingston, Gloriana will be rowed down the course by invitation local crews.Find out more »
The Royal Barge will once again visit this spectacular gathering of traditional boats at Henley performing a row past each day.Find out more »
Gloriana will row through Richmond upon Thames before the first boats arrive to complete ‘the Marathon of the River’ at Ham House. The Great River Race covers 21.6 Miles from London Docklands to Ham in Surrey and features more than 300 traditionally rowed boats from all over the world. From fancy dress and face paints to some serious atheletes, it's a great day for spectators and competitors alike.Find out more »
Moored in St. Katherine Docks Gloriana will be centre stage in this wonderful collection of classic craft from around the world.Find out more »