Owning a Flying Scot has many advantages, one being an opportunity to join the Flying Scot Sailing Association (FSSA).
The FSSA is one of the strongest one-design class associations in the world. Our strict adherence to the one design concept means that the Flying Scot built this year will remain compatible and competitive for years to come with newer as well as older boats. Owners of Flying Scots are assured that their boats will last for years, and its re-sale value will remain excellent. Also, the FSSA helps promote the Flying Scot which maintains the boats popularity and value.
Belonging to FSSA, you will receive our official publication, Scots n' Water, six times a year.
You will also receive our official handbook, as well as a roster of all members of the FSSA.
Belonging to FSSA makes you eligible to compete in district, regional, and national regattas.
The FSSA also offers members a discounted price for the newest revision of "Highlights of Scots n Water." This book is chock full of valuable information about the Flying Scot, its history, its riggings, its sailing, and its safety.
As a member of the FSSA, we encourage you to join a Flying Scot fleet. This is the best way to get involved with other Scot sailors, to have the best sailing experiences, and simply to have fun in sailing.
We look forward toward receiving your FSSA membership application.
OPTION: If you prefer to mail your application, please click here to download a copy of the Membership Application that you can mail to FSSA with your Check for the appropriate Dues.
is an individual who pays a one-time fee to become a lifetime member, and has the same privileges as an Active Member.
|Family Member||Must be a combination of one Active Member and unlimited Associate Members who are all members of the Active Member's immediate family (husband or wife, or sons, daughters, or wards of the family under the age of 23 [if out of school] or 24 [if still in school]) and are all residing at the same address. The Active Member is the only member to get FSSA mailings (including Scots n’ Water) with this membership classification. The other Family Members do not need to pay additional dues.||$60.00|
Must be one of the following:
|Club Member||Individual belonging to a Club/Association which owns registered Flying Scots®.||$45.00|
Must be one of the following:
An Associate Member shall not vote or hold office
is a non-owner who joins the FSSA because of any interest in the Class. A Sustaining Member shall not vote, hold office or represent a Fleet.
|Club Registration Only||
This category is ONLY for recognized Clubs/Associations to register their owned F/S
|Junior Member||is a person under the age of 18 who is a non-owner of a Flying Scot®. To be eligible to helm in the Junior North American Championship, that individual must not have reached his/her 19th birthday prior to the beginning of the event, and must not have competed on the collegiate level.||$22.50|
|Flying Scot Foundation||Your donations to the Flying Scot Foundation helps assure the future of Flying Scot sailing by supporting charitable and educational programs designed to make us all better sailors and to recruit new members into the class. 100% of your donation to the Foundation is tax deductible.||$0.00|