Tail of the Fish is a Fall season opening regatta. It is held on Fish Creek in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Tail of the Fish typically attracts 300 boats and is held on the Last Saturday in September.
Held on the Last weekend of October, Head of the Fish is one of the largest regattas in the country. The Head of the Fish attracts over 160 teams and 1600 crews from across the northeast and features the countries most unique trophies.
On the last weekend of April, an east coast Clash of the Titans, the Saratoga Invitational is a similar opening regatta to the Crew Classic of the West coast. With over 1200 entries, this regatta provides the invited crews the opportunity to race several times over the weekend in 1500 meter racing.
New York State Scholastic Championships are held the second weekend of May. With over 80 NY teams and 550 boats competing, the NY State Championships is one of the largest state championships for rowing. This regatta is held on Saturday and Sunday and qualifies its fastest crews to the USRowing Youth Invitational Regatta as well as the Scholastic Rowing Association of America National Championships.