Thousands are taking part in the The Skiffie Coastal Rowing World Championships in Stranraer this week.
The competition requires teams to build their 'Skiff' coastal rowing boats before they take to Loch Ryan to race them.
The event has attracted 693 crews from 57 different clubs from around the world.
Participants from Scotland and England will be joined by teams from The Netherlands, The USA, Canada and Australia as they row two thousand meters on the open water.
Princess Anne also attended the event on Monday as President of the Royal Yachting Association and started off the first race.
This is the tenth anniversary for the Skiffie World Championships and Stranraer is delighted to be hosting this years event.
Locals say it will draw focus to water based activities and they hope it will encourage other national and international events to take place in the area.