WITH a clean sweep of four firsts after discard, the Edinburgh-based team on Corby 33 Jacob VII clinched victory in the RC35 fleet at Mudhook Regatta on the waters off Helensburgh.

It wasn’t all plain sailing for Stamp and his seven-strong team from Port Edgar Yacht Club though – the first race of the event brought them home in last place from the fleet of six yachts. That, though, was the only time they struggled, notching up victories in all remaining races to discard the troublesome sixth.

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Elsewhere, the Macnish/Galbraith/Chassels owned Sonata Old School from Royal Gourock Yacht Clubpicked up five firsts, as well as the Sonata Scottish Championship crown – they will hope this bodes well for the UK Sonata National Championships at Helensburgh Sailing Club later this month.

In the Etchells class, Rod Stuart’s Ataraxia, helmed by Josh Kerr, added to a successful first day for the series win on seven points, with the Young/Turner owned Excalibur snapping at their heels for second on eight points.

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The CYCA fleet was topped by Dan Chassels’ Hunter 707 Mad Dog of Royal Western Yacht Club ahead of Sigma 33 Sigmatic with Donald McLaren and crew for Helensburgh Sailing Club.

Neither the Sonar nor Gareloch fleets mustered for day two, with their three-race series remaining unchanged from Saturday’s results.

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