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Sambo Social at Cowes Week

by Sail on Sam 3 Aug 08:26 BST 2 August 2022

Sam Richmond loved Cowes Week and over 300 family, friends and sailors gathered on the Tuesday of Cowes Week, to celebrate in true Sambo style.

The Royal Ocean Racing Clubhouse flung open its doors for the event and Mount Gay Rum provided the spirit for a great evening.

Colette Richmond was joined by Freddie Carr and RORC Commodore James Neville to toast the main man. All of the door fees and donations went to the Scaramouche Sailing Trust. A project that Sam was a huge fan of and contributor.

The evening was all about celebrating the man and in total raised £5000 for the Scaramouche Sailing Trust.

Sail on Sam

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