Sailors compete in Naramata Mug

Members of the South Okanagan Sailing Association won the Naramata Mug on June 23.

Members of the South Okanagan Sailing Association won the Naramata Mug on June 23.

The sailing race was sponsored by the Naramata Yacht Club and drew sailors from the Summerland Yacht Club, Penticton Yacht Club and South Okanagan Sailing Association.

A total of 18 sailboats were entered

Siebe Kamstra and Bruce Baycroft, sailing an Osprey, won the Naramata Mug. Devyn Farr, in a Laser, placed second and Stefan Arnason placed third. All are from the South Okanagan Yacht Club.

In the Bruno Leipe Cup, Wildfire, skippered by Harvey Ryll and with crew members Ralph and Linda Williamson, Mark Bicknal and Carolyne Doyle, was the winner. St. Vitus Dance, helmed by Andy McGregor of Summerland, was in second place, while Goldmember, with Tannis Coletti and Fred Trautman, was third.

 

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