THE Fife Regatta draws to an end this week - offering a final chance to see these beautiful vessels 'come home'.

High winds scuppered Saturday's race around the Cumbraes, with Sunday giving locals the first opportunity of seeing some racing.

Tomorrow, the penultimate race sees the fleet start off Portavadie Marina then head back to Largs, rounding Garroch Head and finishing just off Fairlie.

On Friday, starting at 10.30am, the final race is the King's Course which was first used in 1891. It will start on the Largs Channel to the north of the pier and finish back in the town.

The coast road north of Largs should also provide great spectating points.

This is the fifth homecoming celebration of William Fife's famous boatbuilding dynasty in Bay Street.

Photo - Ian Dalgleish/Jack Boyle/Christine Marshall - Largs News Camera Club