tickets

Grandstand

Experience the LUCERNE REGATTA 2024 from the comfort of one of the few covered grandstand seats and secure your tickets now! In 2024, you can get your tickets for the semifinals (25.05.2024) and the finals (26.05.2024) on our ticketing platform:

https://tickets.lucerneregatta.com/

Of course, most of the path along the lake will be freely accessible as in previous years.
Any questions? contact us: info@lucerneregatta.com

We look forward to welcoming you at the Rotsee!


VIP Offers

You would like to experience the LUCERNE REGATTA in an exclusive setting or invite your guests to the VIP area?

Feel free to check out our VIP offers: VIP Hospitality

Program

Final Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta,19.-21. May 2024

DETAILED PROGRAMM WITH STARTLISTS AND RESULTS: FOPQR

SUNDAY – 19. May

Morning:
9h00 – 13h15 Vorläufe

Afternoon:
15h00 – 15h30 Hoffnungsläufe

 

MONDAY – 20. May

Morning:
09h00 – 13h00 Q-Finals / Semifinals / Repechages

 

 

TuesDAY – 21. mAY

09h00 – 09h45 B-F Finals
10h00 – 13h15 A-Finals

Victory Ceremonies:
from 13h25 at the Boathouse

 

Victory Ceremonies

The victory ceremonies for the Final Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta will take place at the Boathouse on Tuesday, 21. May 2024 from 13h25 onwards. The crews that will qualifiy for the Olympic and Paralympic Games will be awarded (usually the first two crews). The victory ceremonies can be attended free of charge.


World Rowing Cup II, LUCERNE REGATTA, 24.-26. May 2024

DETAILLED PROGRAMM WITH STARTLISTS AND RESULTS: WORLD ROWING CUP II

 

FRIDAY – 24. May

Morning:
9h00 – 15h00 Heats

Afternoon:
15h30 – 17h30 Repechages/ Quarterfinals

 

SATURDAY – 25. May

Morning:
9h00 – 12h20 Semifinals
12h30 – 14h00 A-/B-Finals (non-olympic/paralympic boatclasses)
Afternoon:
15h00 – 16h30 C-/D-/E-/F- Finals

 

SUNDAY – 26. mAY

B-Finals:
Olympic/Paralympic boatclasses
8h00 – 9h50

A-Finals:
Olympic/Paralympic boatclasses
10h00 – 12h30
13h05 – 15h15

 

 

A-Final: Places 1 – 6; B-Final: Places 7 – 12; C-Final: Places 13 – 19; …

Thomas Keller Medal Award

The winner of the Thomas Keller Medal, the highest award in the world of rowing, will be awarded on Saturday, 25. May 2024, at 10h30 at the Boathouse. No ticket is needed to attend the ceremony, friends, family and guests are very welcome to join.
Please find additional information about this year’s winner of the Thomas Keller Medal Caryn Davies (USA) following this LINK: https://worldrowing.com/2023/12/13/caryn-davies-you-never-know-what-people-will-remember-about-you/

 

Venue Map

What does the Rotsee look like during the LUCERNE REGATTA?
Find out with the venue map below.

LINK TO THE VENUE MAP

How to get there

  • FLIGHT

    The international airports of Zurich, Basel and Geneva are only a few hours’ drive from Lucerne. The fastest way to reach Lucerne is by direct SBB trains. If you are travelling by car from the airports, find some route suggestions below.

  • TRAIN

    Lucerne has excellent connections to the Swiss railway network. To get from Lucerne railway station to Rotsee, it is easiest to take the bus. You will find the bus timetable below.

  • BUS

    Various bus lines run from Lucerne railway station to the Rotsee.

    TO THE FINISH AREA
    Bus number 19 from bus terminal R direction “Friedental” until bus stop “Urnerhof” (13 minute walk to the finish area).
    Bus number 1 from bus terminal B direction “Ebikon” until bus stop “Luzern, Schlossberg” (15 minute walk to the finish area).

    TO THE ROWING CENTRE
    Bus number 1 from bus terminal B direction “Ebikon” until the bus stop “Luzern, Maihofmatte-Rotsee” (6 minute walk to the rowing centre).

    TO THE STARTING AREA
    Bus number 1 from bus terminal B direction “Ebikon” until the bus stop “Ebikon, Falken” (2 minute walk).

  • CAR

    FROM ZURICH
    From Zurich you can reach the Rotsee in about 50min. Take the Butzenbüelring to the A51. Then take the A4, E41 and A14 to Reusseggstrasse in Ebikon. Take exit 24-Rotsee. Then follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel, Sedelstrasse and Sedelstrasse. Then turn into Friedentalstrasse.

    FROM BASEL
    From Basel you can reach the Rotsee in approx. 70min. From the Route Douanière de l’Aéroport à Bâle, take the A3 motorway to Basel. After approx. 4km keep right onto the A2 towards Luzern. Take exit 25-Emmen Süd. Then follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel, Sedelstrasse and Sedelstrasse. Then turn into Friedentalstrasse.

    FROM GENEVA
    From Geneva you can reach the Rotsee in about 2.5 hours. From the Route de Pré-Bois take the A1 to Oftringen/Rotkreuz. Then keep right onto the A2 in the direction of Luzern. Take exit 25-Emmen Süd. Then follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel, Sedelstrasse and Sedelstrasse. Then turn into Friedentalstrasse.

    FROM LUZERN
    From the station, cross the Seebrücke bridge. Use the middle lane to turn left towards Ebikon, onto Löwenstrasse. Then follow Zürichstrasse and turn into Vallasterstrasse. At the roundabout take the first exit into Friedentalstrasse.

    PARKING
    On Saturday and Sunday you can use the parking spaces of the Kantonsspital Luzern – car park east. The cost is CHF 5.00 per day. It is only a few minutes’ walk to the finish area. The way to the Rotsee is marked.

  • BICYCLE

    One of the best and easiest ways to get to Rotsee is by bicycle. Take your own bike or use a public bike sharing service such as “Nextbike” to get to Rotsee without worrying about parking or tickets.

Location Map

Accomondation

Environment

OUR 3 TOP DESTINATIONS

SWISS MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT

The Swiss Museum of Transport is the exciting and eventful place of discovery – surrounded by original contemporary witnesses of transport history and proudly the most visited museum in Switzerland.

LAKE LUCERNE

All year round, Lake Lucerne invites you to take a tour of the mighty natural scenery. Use this opportunity and get to know Lucerne from the water.

AROUND THE CLOCK

Lucerne is the Swiss watch capital. Look over the shoulders of the Swiss watchmakers and experience the craftsmanship up close! Discover fascinating Swiss precision craftsmanship in one of the numerous watch shops around Schwanenplatz and throughout the city.

You can find more destinations HERE.