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The Kames Muster on the weekend of 17/18 June went well, albeit the quiz was reported to be a wee bit difficult.

Except for the Randanians, who won it with a very good score.

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The meal was excellent with three choices of main and two deserts with ample for seconds and indeed thirds for some. The numbers were 53 at the finish up, with 17 boats, so it was a reasonable turnout, considering the general blustery weather forecast during the preceding week.

Only 7 boats raced. Two in class 1 and five in class 4 on the Saturday. Only four in class 4 raced on Sunday with no Class 1.

The Saturday race was slow to get going due to lack of wind but it picked up near to Inchmarnock, and the boats had a great joust to the line at Kames. Sunday was a really slow day with wind never getting above 6 knots, with a couple of holes that everyone seemed to find. In class 4 it was a dead heat between Suilvan and Breagha on the water for line honours, but both were caught by Rusty Nail on handicap. The race was shortened at Toward.


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