The 63rd annual Devonport Regatta has been held under blue skies, with crowds lining the shores of the Mersey to catch all the action.
Organisers overcame COVID-19 safety rules, construction on the Living City project next door, and a break-in at the pavilion a few weeks earlier, to pull the event together.
Devonport Regatta Association Vice President, Lydia Lane, says the powerboat racing and wood-chopping were arguably the most popular events.
But she admits, the three-zone ticketing system presented some challenges.
"There were teething problems, and I guess there's always going to be when you're trying something a little bit different. But we know that we can definitely work on that for next year, and look at different ways to make it work a bit better," Ms Lane said.
"But it worked for what we needed for this year, definitely."
The newly-named Fashion on the Mersey event also attracted plenty of attention, and was judged by Tasmanian independent Senator Jacqui Lambie.
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