There were double the number of entries at this year's Geographe Bay Regatta in Western Australia

Over 300 competitors and officials gathered last night to celebrate the closing of the six-day, annual 2004 New Ford Territory Geographe Bay Race Week in Western Australia.

With over 50 yachts competing (double last year’s entry), in six classes, organisers of the event believe they have achieved the highest level of entries than any other sailing regatta in Western Australia.

Overall Results

Class F – Jam

First – Aspasia – Abe Teune (GBYC)

Second – Lady Ann 11 – Russell Catto (GBYC)

Third – Astro – 0 – John Garner (GBYC)

Class E – Premier Cruising

First – Cool Change – Eric Ferguson (Mandurah)

Second – Tosca Marijn Bosma (South Perth)

Third – Seneschal – Winston Scotney (Fremantle)

Class D – Multihull

First – Raffles Class – David Guest (Mandurah)

Second – Catalina – Murray Rowe (Subiaco)

Third – Catatonic – Lionel Bass (Fremantle)

Class C – Trailer sailers

First – Just Add Water – Damon Smith (GBYC)

Second – Space Oddity – Ken Waller (GBYC)

Third – Chilli – Con Keane (GBYC)

Class B – Sportsboats

First – Gemos Recycling – Ashley Gabrielson (Mandurah)

Second – Excel – Steve Battley (Mandurah)

Third – Ballerina – Peter Nevard (South Perth)

Class A – Premier Offshore

First – Steel de Breeze – Brian de Vries (Fremantle)

Second – Eftel – David Clifton (Bunbury)

Third – Wings of Wind – Robert Johansen (Bunbury)

Most improved overall

Mean Feat – Stephen Keys