|Year||1 st||2 nd||3rd||-|
||Liz Eaton||Ann Ritchie||2014 Results For full details download a pdf|
||Ronnie Cameron||Ann Ritchie||2015 Results For full details download a pdf|
||Alex Hodge||Stephen Thomas Bate||2016 Results For full details download a pdf|
||Alex Hodge||Stephen Thomas Bate||2017 Results For full details download a pdf|
||Alex Hodge||Stephen Thomas Bate||2018 Results clicking link will download a pdf file|
|2019||Duncan Greenhalgh||Alex Hodge||Ronnie Cameron||2019 Results For full detail download a pdf|
The Sandeman Trophy, donated by Ronald Sandeman is awarded to the overall winner of SOCC. Although this trophy has so far been in the possession of the Gold Fleet sailors, all races are scored in finishing order, so it is possible for the trophy to be won from a sailor from another fleet. In 2010 able bodied sailors became eligible to compete for the first time.
The Helensburgh Challenger Quaich was gifted by the late Lothian Barclay, a founder member of Sailing for the Disabled in Scotland. It is presented for the best performance by a Scottish-based helm, so home sailors do not go away empty In Addition to the Challenger 6 race Traveller Series, our Members also compete for a number of different Trophies
The Consular Corps Quaich was first presented in 1990. Originally, it was presented to the fastest lady helm, although over the years, and as we like to sale safely, it has been presented to the lady who has produced the best performance throughout the regatta. In 2002, it was presented for the first time to a member of the silver fleet.
From 2002 until 2010, the winner of the Helpers’ Race was presented with a model of a Challenger trimaran, handmade under the ‘KYMAK’ brand, by Ken Marshall. Ken has now retired.
In 2011, we decided to commemorate the passing of one of the characters of our community, by presenting a trophy in his name.
John Heron’s contribution as a helper was immense, and it is fitting that he should be remembered in this way.