Willie Roberts was only 13 minutes out in his prediction for taking line honours in the 13th Aberdeen Boat Club Four Peaks Race yesterday. Roberts' boat, Stripped, was first across the line at Repulse Bay yesterday morning at 6.13 am, after predicting on Saturday evening that he would finish at 6 am. Stripped took line honours in the gruelling race, which requires crews to sail to four famous peaks in Hong Kong and scale each one. Andy Foster's X-Calibur was second across the line an hour later, with Mark Leese's Tripp Tide in third place after a close battle with Cathy Delaney and Jim Hobbs' Wizard. X-Calibur took the overall title under CHS handicap, ahead of Stripped and Mike Barker's X-Stream, which was also the first of the home club's boats to finish. X-Calibur also won top honours on PYS handicap, with Stripped second and Vengeance third. Rick Hanslip's British Forces boat Vengeance, taking part in the race for the last time before returning to Britain, won the Division A, class two event from Windseeker and Sky Song, which won last year's overall title. The Division A, class three race was won by Gipsy, which defeated Boss Hogg and Shearwater. All results were provisional subject to any protests which would be heard today. Organisers were satisfied with the running of the event, and can look forward to the continued participation of mainland Chinese boats. The four mainland crew members aboard Dr Y. K. Szeto's Tipsy Too helped the boat to 17th place, and soon after the race were planning to return next year. A spokesman for the organisers said: 'They hope to return next year with a full PRC team and a chartered boat.'