As reported in Scuttlebutt 7/15/2020. the coronavirus pandemic has touched us all, but in these challenging times comes opportunity. In this report by Arland Whitesides, sometimes opportunity is simply pushing through the challenges: Take a look here at an article on how Carolina Yacht Club, located at Wrightsville Beach, NC, is coping.
MAY 2 and 3rd
The Flying Scot members of Lake Norman Yacht Club in Mooresville, North Carolina are hosting our spring Great 48 Regatta. We would love to have you come visit and sail with us on gorgeous Lake Norman. The weekend includes informal on-the-water practice racing on Friday afternoon, Friday night welcome party, with food and beer. Saturday and Sunday continental breakfast. Saturday post racing beer and debrief. Saturday dinner with beer and wine. After... Read More
Were you at the Fall 48 Lake Norman Yacht Club - videos stories and pictures are on on the Flying Scot Sailing Association Facebook Page here - Results are here.
Western Carolina Sailing Club, in Anderson South Carolina, held our 17th Annual Hospice Regatta this past weekend. The event raises funds for a local non-profit Hospice Organization called Hospice of the Upstate. The Regatta is part of the National Hospice Regatta Alliance where events are held all over the country to benefit a local Hospice charity.
This year we had record numbers of Flying Scot's (18) and boats in total (96). We also exceeded our goal ($75,000) and raised $80,600... Read More
The 2017 Carolina Ocean Challenge Regatta was hosted by the South Carolina Yacht Club on Hilton Head Island, SC, on October 7-8, 2017. Nineteen boats participated in 5 classes with 11 Harbor 20s, 2 Handicap with Spinnakers, 3 handicap no spinanakers, and 3 Flying Scots participating.
The 3 skippers are from Calrolinas Fleet 134 at The Yacht Club of Hilton Head. Pictured here is Flying Scot... Read More