The Boat Race with Nautica is Back!
The annual Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race took place on Sunday 26th March.
The Boat Race originated in 1829, when crews from Oxford and Cambridge University in 1829 first raced each other. It is now one of the world’s oldest and most famous amateur sporting events, and we love to celebrate it at Nautica!
For the second year running, Nautica threw a viewing event for the boat races! Held at the Rutland Arms along the Hammersmith River Thames, the private room had the perfect river view to watch all the action. With burgers and beers flowing, guests came wearing their favourite Nautica pieces and enjoyed the nautical celebrations!
Some of our favourite looks from the day included guest Kori Sampson in the Onyx Rugby Shirt, paired with the Caribbean Strapback Cap to complete the 'fit!
We also saw guests Danny Lomas rocking the Beastin Timeless Knit Crewneck, and Alistair Guy in the new Wyck Jacket for Spring/Summer.
It was Cambridge taking the lead once again with the Men's win, as well as Cambridge Women's coming out on top for the 6th year running! We had a lovely afternoon with Nautica and Nautica Competition and hope to celebrate again next year!
Thanks so much for reading and we hope everyone enjoyed this years Boat Race! To keep up with the latest Nautica news and for BTS footage, be sure to follow our Instagram @nauticaeuBACK TO ALL ARTICLES