Historic Wolfeboro Bay
 Public Town Docks



September 17 & 18

 Free for Spectators


Regatta Driver Registration Form 2021

As COVID-19 is still present, we have made some changes to the event for the safety of the public and participants. We recommend wearing a mask when attending due to the crowds.  The “hot pits” will be closed to the public this year, but there is plenty of opportunity to see these boats close-up.  We will still be offering promotional rides. 

Spectators, drivers and their crew all agree. The Wolfeboro Vintage Race Boat Regatta is one of the premiere vintage race boat regattas in the country! We’re celebrating our 20th anniversary of this prestigious, biennial event that draws drivers and their crew from throughout the East Coast and Canada.

This fun-filled two-day event takes place on beautiful, historic Wolfeboro Bay in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. The event is presented by the New Hampshire Boat Museum and is sanctioned by the Vintage and Historic Division of the American Power Boat Association (APBA). This biennial event is a favorite for visitors to watch and for drivers to show off their spectacular vintage race boats dating from the 1920s – 1980s.

Come watch the amazing action as these historic race boats run demonstration fly-bys according to their boat class on Friday and Saturday. There’s no charge to watch and plenty of opportunities to get involved.

Event Schedule



8:00 AM …..Triple Cockpits – Opening Ceremony

Race boats run within their categories throughout the morning

12:30 PM ..Promo Boat Rides – take a ride of a lifetime

Race boats run within their categories throughout the afternoon

4:00 PM …Promo Boat Rides – take a ride of a lifetime

5:00 PM …Closing ceremonies


Activities marked in blue are opportunities for the public to experience the Regatta.

*Actual schedule will be available on Friday and Saturday.

We are grateful to the following sponsors that help to make this event successful!
If you are interested in sponsorship of the Regatta, please email director@nhbm.org