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Rolex Sydney – Hobart Yacht Race, Potential Race Winners in Question NOW!


With the confirmed entry of “JUST DO IT” a big Blue boat,  with its roots in Scotland under the ownership of Ian & Annie Darby now entered  in the boxing day race from Sydney – Hobart.   What is significant is the line up of Scottish Clyde based sailors on board for the race headed by Billionaire Jamie McGarry from Yacht Grand Cru of Rhu along with Frank Doran, Paul, Richard and Rosine Harris from “Tanit” fame will be adding another big boat series to their Fastnet  stories See video  Alan Mc Leod (boat tart) Gordon Aitken, Chris Frize, Phil the token Aussie and Colin Moore another boat tart.

Asked why they  decided on this choice of boat with so many other’s available, the answer was simple, they would be away for a few weeks and would all be required to be carrying their wallets and surplus cash for the celebrations after they have won the Race overall. A buoyant jubilant “ Jamie” said they were looking forward to kicking some Australian / NZ arse  on the water when they  got there. One of the biggest worries he had was just how to transport the trophy back to Scotland after the race, but has commissioned an extension onto his fire place to allow the Trophy to be placed on it on his return.

Marine Blast and the rest of Scotland are looking forward to the home coming and are all behind this effort. Good Luck from SCOTLAND.


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