On the 27th of July Cowes Week beings – make sure you’re ready for all the thrills, laughs and excitement with our range of products below!

What To Wear

Versatility is extremely important when partaking in Cowes Week events. There are many factors to consider: temperature change, weather conditions, how cold/warm you get as an individual etc. It is important to use a ‘layering’ approach as your call to action when deciding your clothing. See below for the products you can use to give you maximum comfort and performance.


It is a requirement for every boat in any class to carry lifejackets with crotch or thigh straps for every crew member onboard. All our lifejackets meet the required buoyancy regulations (150N minimum) for Cowes Week events’. “Each crew member shall have a lifejacket in accordance with ISO 12402 and shall have a gas inflation system and have crotch/thigh straps.” – Cowes Week Notice of Race 2024.

VHF Radios

VHF units are essential for any participants in the Cowes Week events. A good idea is to also have a handheld VHF unit as a backup device as a precaution.

”All boats shall carry a marine band VHF transceiver in working order
and with all recognised international marine channels.” – Cowes Week Notice of Race 2024.

Safety Beacons

There are no rules to have/use any safety beacons during Cowes Week events, but for those who are looking to take their safety precautions to the next level, having a safety beacon is a great idea!

Casual Clothing

Even if you’re just attending the Cowes Week event, you can still kit yourself out in our range of casual clothing.

We’ve got everything from jackets, t-shirts, fleeces, trousers, shorts, polos and more!

Also check out our ranges of deck shoes and trainer style deck shoes.