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Overall winner: Lupa of London, Baltic 78, Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophies

RORC Transat prize giving low res-6.jpg Nick Elliott (RORC Racing Manager) hands out Westerhall Rums to competitorsThumbnailsWinner of the RORC Transatlantic Race: Lupa of London, Baltic 78. Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophiesNick Elliott (RORC Racing Manager) hands out Westerhall Rums to competitorsThumbnailsWinner of the RORC Transatlantic Race: Lupa of London, Baltic 78. Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophiesNick Elliott (RORC Racing Manager) hands out Westerhall Rums to competitorsThumbnailsWinner of the RORC Transatlantic Race: Lupa of London, Baltic 78. Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophiesNick Elliott (RORC Racing Manager) hands out Westerhall Rums to competitorsThumbnailsWinner of the RORC Transatlantic Race: Lupa of London, Baltic 78. Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophiesNick Elliott (RORC Racing Manager) hands out Westerhall Rums to competitorsThumbnailsWinner of the RORC Transatlantic Race: Lupa of London, Baltic 78. Fred Pilkington collects a hoard of trophies

© RORC/Arthur Daniel & Orlando K Romain. Lupa of London, Jeremy Pilkington's Baltic 78 takes 1st Place – first over the line – wining the IMA Line Honours Trophy, IRC Canting Keel and First IRC Overall. Silverware: Lupa of London, Jeremy Pilkington's Baltic 78 was the first yacht to complete the course and cross the finish line in Grenada and was presented with an exquisite sterling silver trophy by the International Maxi Association (IMA). Lupa also won IRC Overall and collected the impressive 1928 handmade 104 troy-ounce silver trophy. The first winner in the inaugural race.