Riverside Regatta success

20 Jul 2011

The first major event at the new Riverside Museum drew the crowds down to the waterfront on Saturday.

Around 15,000 people attended the Riverside Regatta with plenty to see and do.

The £74million Riverside Museum provided a dramatic backdrop to the waterfront activities there was also plenty to see and do along the river, with a visiting tall ship, wakeboarding and rowing on the river.

Clyde Waterfront were there along with the Gaelgael trust, the Sea Cadets and many more.

The newly opened ferry service which runs across the river from Govan to the Riverside Museum was doing brisk business and the museum itself, which has been attracting the crowds since it opened a month ago, was one of the stars of the show.

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