TORBAY crews dominated the series victories at Torbay Week 2013, with sailors from Torbay, Brixham and Paignton taking top spots in 11 of the 16 classes between them.
Royal Torbay Yacht Club crews topped the standings in the Sportsboats category, with John Pollard's Xcellent winning eight of nine races.
RTYC also won all four classes of Asymmetric Dinghy – fast and slow series one and two – as well as the Mixed Handicap Dinghies Series 2 and the Junior Dinghies Gold series.
Brixham Yacht Club was well represented, with Matt and Michelle Dodd winning the IRC2 series in Fearnought – and also finishing second overall behind Andy Williams' Keronimo.
Brixham brothers Max and Cody Griggs scooped six gold and four silver medals between them, and three more trophies, for winning the Junior Dinghy Gold Fleet.
Paignton Sailing Club were also on the podium, with Ariel Thomas winning the Junior Dinghy Silver Series in his Topper 4.2, finishing with a one-point lead over Leander Schubert sailing an RS Tera with 13 points.
More than 130 boats took part, with racing from Saturday to Wednesday in Tor Bay and Babbacombe Bay.
In addition to the usual race series for yachts and dinghies, this year's event included the IRC South West Regional Championships, the Cherub National championships and an International Moth Grand Prix.
To mark 200-year history of competitive sailing in Torbay, Wednesday morning saw 27 boats competing in the Challenge Cup Race.
This was won by drinks magnate and RTYC member Joe Woods, who flew back from Chicago to helm his boat Melges 32 to victory, ahead of club-mate John Pollard.
The cup and the 200 guineas (£210) prize for this race were provided by Torbay Royal Regatta in celebration of their 200th Anniversary.
Other successful RTYC crews included John Warburton and James Clapham, who took a series double in their Fast Asymmetric Dinghy Got Tweed.
The Rumbelow family, representing RTYC, also dominated the Slow Asymmetric Dinghies, with Phil winning series one in Slipping Away, and Alice winning series two in Dorris.
In the Sonatas, Tom Savage finished first out of three Brixham Yacht Club boats with wins in five out of the six races held.
Christine Siegmund, director of Torbay Week said: "It's been a fantastic week both on and off the water, with a full schedule of sailing and social activities at the host clubs.
"The success of this year's regatta stands as testament to the huge efforts of the volunteers from Babbacombe Corinthian Sailing Club, Brixham Yacht Club and Royal Torbay Yacht Club both before and during Torbay Week."
The race series winners were:
IRC 1 KERONIMO (Andy Williams, Royal Western Yacht Club)
IRC 2 FEARNOUGHT (Matt & Michelle Dodd, Brixham Yacht Club)
Unrated Cruisers: TOKOLOSHE (Harry Ellens Lymingtown Sailing Club
Sportsboats XCELLENT John Pollard Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Sonatas BLUESBREAKER Tom Savage Brixham Yacht Club
Fast Asymmetric Dinghies Series 1 GOT TWEED John Warburton & James Clapham Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Fast Asymmetric Dinghies Series 2 GOT TWEED John Warburton & James Clapham Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Slow Asymmetric Dinghies Series 1 SLIPPING AWAY Phil Rumbelow Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Slow Asymmetric Dinghies Series 2 DORRIS Alice Rumbelow Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Mixed Handicap Dinghies Series 1 BLUE IT Elizabeth Prescod Queen Mary Sailing Club
Mixed Handicap Dinghies Series 2 2LO Martin Scobie Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Cherub National Championships USAGI YOJIMBO Andrew & Jill Peters Queen Mary Sailing Club
International Moths Grand Prix MAGUIRE BOATS EXOCET Chris Rashley Royal London Yacht Club
Junior Dinghies Gold Series KISS MY RS Max & Cody Griggs Royal Torbay Yacht Club
Junior Dinghies Silver Series BOB Ariel Thomas Paignton Sailing Club
Torbay Royal Regatta 200th Anniversary Challenge Cup Race RED Joe Woods Royal Torbay Yacht Club