Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh are on the Island on the 25 July.
Listed below is Isle of Wight Council's information regarding the visit.
9.45am - The Queen begins sailing from Gurnard towards Cowes aboard MY Leander.
9.55am - The Queen sails past the Royal Yacht Squadron
10.10am - The Queen arrives at Trinity Landing, Cowes
10.30am - The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrive at RNLI station
11.05am - The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrive at Cowes Yacht Haven
11.40am - The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh depart
Victoria Parade, Cowes
The best place to see The Queen during her visit is along Victoria Parade in Cowes. The area will be closed to all traffic for the visit, meaning there will be space for 12,000 people. Bring along your flags and give The Queen a warm Isle of Wight welcome.
The Royal Party will arrive in Cowes by sea and sail past Prince’s Green aboard a large motor yacht. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will view superyachts moored just off Cowes which are taking part in the Superyacht Cup.
Members of the public wishing to see the Queen sail past should head to the green for 9.30am. Binoculars recommended.
The Island is to play host to Her Majesty the Queen as the last stop on her Diamond Jubilee tour.
Upon her arrival by the Motor Yacht Leander she will be greeted by a 21 gun salute from the Royal Yacht Squadron.
She will be greeted along with the Duke of Edinburgh by the Lord-Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight Major General Martin White. The party will make their way along the seafront, and unveil a plaque to commemorate the Jubilee.
Pupils from Cowes Primary will sing a song for The Queen on the parade. The Royal Party will then head to the RNLI which will be formerly opened by Her Majesty.
After the boathouse is blessed by the Bishop of Portsmouth the Royal Party will head on a launch around to Cowes Yacht haven.
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