Each day's racing is hosted by one of the local clubs, beginning on Saturday 6 August with the Falmouth Classics, with a wide range of traditional craft racing in Carrick Roads.
Helford River Sailing Club runs Sunday's racing, followed by a pig roast on the shores of the Helford River.
The Bay Championships, Bay Regatta and Falmouth Dinghy Week start on Monday 8 August, with the racing and evening barbecue run by the Mylor Yacht Club.
Restronguet Sailing Club, nationally recognized as one of the leading clubs for dinghy racing, hosts Tuesday's racing. This year a fleet of 100 plus dinghies are expected to take part.
Flushing Sailing Club run Wednesday's event and, on Thursday, St. Mawes Sailing Club's after-sailing social event causes the whole town to be closed off to traffic, with tables, music and dancing in the streets and a giant screen to show the video of the day's racing.
The Royal Cornwall Yacht Club runs Friday's racing, followed by supper al fresco and a spectacular firework display over the harbour.
Henri-Lloyd Falmouth Week winds up on Saturday 13 August with the traditional 'Champagne Race', with 72 bottles of bubbly to be won. The Grand Prizegiving for the regatta series takes place at the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club.
Henri-Lloyd have recently opened a sailing store in Falmouth. The store was officially opened by double Olympic Gold Medallist, Ben AINSLIE (GBR), who grew up in Falmouth and learned to sail at Restronguet Sailing Club.