Concept

Royal Hobart Regatta

Summary
The Royal Hobart Regatta is a series of aquatic competitions and displays held annually in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia and is Tasmania's oldest sporting event. The regatta began in 1838. The event runs for three days and incorporates a public holiday observed in Southern Tasmania on the second Monday in February. It is regularly well attended by the public in addition to local and interstate competitors In its beginning the Regatta was well supported by the Royal Navy. In recent years the Royal Australian Navy, sends a warship to serve as flagship for the three day spectacle. The Royal Australian Air Force, also regularly aerobatic displays using military aircraft such as the RAAF Roulettes. The Australian Army's elite Red Beret parachute regiment has previously provided sky diving displays. Royal Hobart Regatta Association Governance of the Royal Hobart Regatta is executed by an association of the same name; The Royal Hobart Regatta Association. The Association is con
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