JuniorAdult FunElite (New for 2019)Entry Fee £5.00 per adult£2.50 per child
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea Royal National Lifeboat Institution, a charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SC037736). Registered charity number 20003326 in the Republic of Ireland
With your support, we save lives at seaWe save lives by providing a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service, seasonal lifeguards, water safety education and initiatives, and flood rescue response.
Looe Raft Race 2019
Organised by Looe Boat Owners Association in support of Looe RNLI
Sorry but you have missed it - better luck next year
There were 30 juniors plus 168 adult on 26 rafts, joined by hundreds on kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and all kinds of boats that took to the water, along with many hundreds watching from the shore.The PrizesJunior 1st Palfrey's Pirates - Looe Football club 2nd 1st Liskeard Scouts 3rd Unsinkable 2 - Looe top school RebelsAdult Fun 1st HMS Tetanus - Looe RNLI 2nd The Dream Team - friends from Looe 3rd Maisie's Raft - Freinds of the beloved MaisieAdult Elite 1st Dough Buoys - Looe Bakery 2nd Ellies Tribe - Ellies Haven 3rd Wild Futures - The Monkey sanctuaryLBOA Special Award1st Liskeard Scouts for missing the turning buoy and doing much more of thecourse than necessary !Fancy DressPurple Watch Pontoon - Cornwall Fire and Rescue from the Liskeard stationvery colourful in Hawaiian shirts , grass skirts and flower garlands.Sponsorship ShieldHMR Pioneer - The Co-op depot at Plymouth.There were 4 non finishersLooe Boat Owners and Looe RNLI would like to thank;East Looe Town Trust, Looe Harbours Commissioners, Looe Town Council, the Police, ST Johns Ambulance and RNLI LifeguardsPlusNiel Hipkiss for the PA systemMayflower Studio and Roly's fudge for the prizesLooe Sailing Club for safety boats and hosting the prizegivingLBOA committee and members for organising the event, providing marshals on the water, support on land and sponsorship of the trophies.