KATA: The King’s Cup Regatta ended today with Ray Ordoveza’s Karaoka winning the Racing Class division. Second place honors went to Pla Loma, while Australia Challenge finished third. The Regatta, which had been without controversy, didn’t end that way. At the start of yesterday’s Performance Cruising division race, Monsoon Blue was sunk when struck in the stern by Stormvogel. In spite of the mishap, Monsoon Blue, owned by Merv Owen, was awarded first position in the Performance Cruising division based upon its peformance in four races. The final results of the King’s Cup Regatta for this year are as follows: Racing Class 1. Karaoka 2. Pla Loma 3. Australia Challenge 4. Yo 5. Hocux Pocus Performance Cruising 1. Monsoon Blue 2. Zephyr 3. Anicka 4. Irvmiren 5. Moonblue Ocean Multihull 1. Lee Marine Fine Pitch 2. Summersalt 3. Cederswan 4. Palita 5. A Room With A View Cruising 1. Graffiti 2. Master Blaster 3. Simpatico 4. Quicksilver 5. Simba Classic 1. Isobar 2. Sanook 3. Good News 4. Xiphias 5. Eveline Platu 1. Mark Haswell 2. Ikuyo Hironaka 3. Andrew Peters 4. Mike Dakin 5. Paul Kendall
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