Class 1 started at 11.30am, with yachts opting either to the Greenock or Kilcreggan shores. The Lady Anne complemented her good start by choosing the right hand side of the beat, towards Kilcreggan, and found the best wind to lead round Cloch Piont.
The Class 2 fleet, unfortunately without Hatasoo which developed hull problems during Sundays race, started at 11.40am. Rosemary sailed well to lead the class past Cloch Point, closely followed by Tern and Jap.
The finish for Class 2 was shortened slightly, and Rosemary stayed ahead to take line honours and a win on corrected time from Jap and Tern.
The results from The Rothesay Race mean both Classes 1 and 2 have tied points for first position. The Lady Anne and Mikado both have 7 points in Class 1, and in Class 2 Rosemary and Thelma III are both on 11 points, setting up an exciting finish in Largs on Thursday.