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The much-anticipated summer Tarbert festival season is upon us and it kicks off with the Scottish Series.
Four days of sailing, racing and shore-side fun starts on May 25, with people across the country expected to join in the festivities.
The event, hosted and organised by the Clyde Cruising Club, will feature racing on a course format of triangles, windward, leeward or alternative passage making variations with a prize giving ceremony at the end of the event on May 28.
Yacht enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the event, held on picturesque Loch Fyne, with more than 100 boats expected to attend.
Anyone looking to admire the spectacular sights of the race, can also enjoy live music, beer stalls and seafood.
For those people aged between eight and 23, starting to stretch their sea legs, arrive on May 26 and experience sailing or paddleboarding for free.
The Tarbert Loch Fyne Scottish Series will run from May 25-28.