Greater New York District

The Greater New York District encompasses fleets in Connecticut, New Jersey, some of Pennsylvania and fleets in New York that are on the Atlantic Coast.

Our active Connecticut fleets are Riverside in Long Island Sound , Candlewood Lake in Fairfield, Cedar Point in Westport and Sprite Island in Norwalk. In New York we have Moriches Bay in Center Moriches, Hampstead Bay in Island Park, Southside Scots in Blue Point and Westhampton Yacht Squadron in Remsenberg, In New Jersey we have Monmouth Boat Club in Red Bank, Toms River Fleet in Toms River. Shrewsbury Sailing & Yacht Club in Ocean Port, Hunterdon Sailing Club in Clinton, Lavallette Yacht Club in Lavallette and Stone Harbor Yacht Club in Stone Harbor In Pennsylvania we have Lake Nockamixon in Quakertown.

The District Governor is Melanie Dunham from the Candlewood Fleet and this is the home of FSSA Treasurer Bill Dunham.

2014 NAC at Tom's River YC - Day 2 of Qualifiers 7/22/2014

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Another glorious day on Barnegat Bay and we could not have asked for better conditions.  With south winds at a steady 10 knots, we had a 5-leg Windward-Leeward race and at the end of the race, the Championship and Challenger Divisions were established.  We had one general recall and 2 boats over early in the 2 divisions, but there was very little contention, if any, on the race course.  So far, no protests!  The winners of today's races were Jeff Linton and John Luard.  As we start the finals, the top 5 skippers in the Qualifiers were Jeff Linton from Davis Island YC in FL, Larry Taggart from Southern YC in LA,  Mark Taylor from Davis Island YC, John Luard from Monmouth Boat Club in NJ and Roger Sharp from Massapoag Yacht Club in MA.  Watch here for updates as the week of racing continues.

Results of Qualifying series is here

2014 NAC at Toms River YC - Measuring Done - Time to Party 7/20/2014

 

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All measured in, business meetings concluded, skippers meeting done, and Flying Scot Sailors were ready to party tonight!  Toms River Yacht Club put on a wonderful welcome party tonight in the newly renovated dining room!  With a neighboring yacht club hosting an event at the same time, we'll be racing farther out on the bay than usual.  Our hosts have made arrangements to tow us all out to the race course so we are ready to go at the first gun and not too tired from sailing out to the course.  We look forward to a super day for racing on Monday 7/21 with an East wind at 5-10 knots predicted. Results will be posted here daily!

2014 NAC at Toms River YC - Registration/Check-in Starts 7/19/2014

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Boats are arriving for the 2014 Flying Scot NAC at the beautiful Toms River Yacht Club in Toms River, NJ.  Skippers and crew from Florida, Louisiana, Illinois, Massachusetts and places in between are travelling in for this event - is yours one of the teams?  The club is ready for us and will most certainly put on a great regatta.  Hope to see you there!!!

2014 Wife-Husband Registration is Open

Registration is open for the 2014 Wife-Husband regatta at Sayville Yacht Club. This event is always a good time and was just featured in Sailing World magazine!!! Hope to see many of you there.

Get details from our Wife-Husband page here

Register at the event registration site here

 

2013 Punzi Memoral Regatta at Candlewood YC, New Fairfield, CT - Day 2

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Roger Punzi, in whose honor this regatta is held, would be thrilled to see the number of boats that came to this regatta!  He was an avid Flying Scot sailor who supported the fleet for many years.

Day 2 on Sunday 10/6 brought pouring rain and 10-12 knot winds, 4 guest boats we're still at the regatta, but two of those decided not to brave the elements.   In the end we ran two races with 8 boats on the line with Roger & Kate Sharp from Massapoag walking away with first place honors, John and Connie Eckart from Massapoag took second and Candlewood's own Corey Loke came in third. People tell us they enjoyed the hospitality and will be back.  Fleet 24 is rebounding and this was our first attempt at putting on a sanctioned event in many years.  To receive such great support from neighboring fleets and individuals in the region really speaks to the quality of the community of folks who race this little boat.  Candlewood Yacht Club would like to extend a hearty thank you to all who supported this event even if the sailing was not what we had hoped for If your ever in the area please stop by and say hello and perhaps we can find some better wind than we had on Saturday.  Thanks again -CYC

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