It was a regatta of two halves at Port Seton. Day one started brightly with our open men's crew getting off to a winning start in the first heat. The course was a harem scarem race around two buoys, completed in less than 2 minutes. Then the clouds gathered and North Berwick's fortunes went the same way as the weather, although the silver lining was the men's open crew progressing and winning their final.

Day two, and what a difference a day makes.  The sun shone and the sea sparkled.  North Berwick won the mixed open and and the mixed sculling - those extra holes in the boat were worth it, thanks Johnny and Willie.  The rower of the weekend must be Frazer, who was in all three winning crews, and the cox of the weekend has to be Jeannie, also in all the winning crews, and who managed to miss all the obstacles!

Port Seton hospitality was super as ever, with freshly caught mackerel on the barbie at today's presentation.