When there is a regatta in Merritt Island, FL, you will probably have great racing, but Henry Picco arranged a rocket launch during this year's Space Coast Regatta - how cool is that? On Saturday, there was a great day of racing. with 2 races in 4-6 knot wind and 2 races 8-10 knot wind. Sunday brought another 4 races and according to the teams that were there who commented on Facebook, if you didn't come, you really missed out. Congratulations to Tom and Melanie McNally -... Read More
While some of us are still watiing for winter to end, down in Florida they are cooking with gas. Here's what Eric Bussell had to say about the Geiorge Washington Birthday Regatta on 2/18-2/19: Looks like Dean Grimes and his crew put on a great wekend for everyone! Racing photo courtesy of John Cole.
Jeff and Amy Linton were victorious at the 2017 Lake Eustis George Washington Birthday Regatta. Congrats! 35 Scots on the line. A big thank you to Fleet Captain Dean... Read More
Flying Scot Fleet 36 and the Sarasota Sailing Squadron hosted the 2016 Jeff Penfield Memorial Regatta on 11/12-13. 2016. This is the second leg in the 2016 Florida District Series. Twenty teams sailed in the challenging light air but from all reports it was a great time - this exerpt is from Amy Smith Linton from the Flying Scot Florida District Facebook Page: "Did I sum up last weekend at Sarasota? Good food, great friends, five races in lightish and... Read More
The BBYRA consists of 5 member clubs - Coconut Grove Saling Club, Miami Yacht Club, Key Biscayne Yacht Club, Coral Reef Yacht Club and Biscayne Bay Yacht Club. The 2015 - 2016 series was won by Jim and Cherl Signor from Coconut Grove Sailing Club. Full results are here.
On Wednesdays at the CGSC we make it very easy to sail. The story below pretty much sums up an average evening. However, our sailing club is only half the equation, the Flying Scots are the hook that keeps them coming back. Pictured are 3 of our club "sponsor" boats headed back to the dock up the main channel through the mooring field while flying the spinnaker. While this maneuver is not recommended for the faint of heart, the stability and ease of handling of the Flying Scot makes this... Read More