This year’s Wife-Husband was quite competitive. Sometimes it felt more like a NAC than a Wife-Husband! For the first time, the Wife-Husband Championship fleet had five (loooooong!) races while the Challenger fleet had the traditional three races for the weekend.
The weekend really began on Friday with Mark and Michelle Taylor’s wedding reception. Beer, sponsored by Mad Sails, flowed and food and cupcakes were devoured. Although Mark and Michelle were married in May, they wanted to share... Read More
Here are pictures from the 2015 Wife Husband Championship at Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa, FL, where there was beautiful weather, lots of Tampa hospitatlity and lots of Flying Scot camqraderie! With 19 boats in the Cmahpionship Division, Jeff and Amy Smith Linton were winners of the Division, with Carrie and Tyler Andrews 2nd and Lisa and Andy Hayward 3rd. With 4 boats in the Challenger Division, Leann and Robin Roberts, newest members of Fleet 168, were 1st, Donna Mohr and Jon... Read More
Reports are that the weather was beautiful for Day 1 of the 201 Wife Husbands. We're awaiting furhter reports, but the Lintons are leading with the Andrews' in 2nd. The results to date for the lucky ones who are there can be found here.
ATTENTION FLYING SCOT SAILORS!
The 2015 Flying Scot Wifef Husband Chmapionships are coming up this weekend October 24-25 at the Davis Island Yacht Club in beautiful Tampa, Florida. Are you lucky enough to be going? It;s not too lte to decide!
Bring your spouse to Tampa for a sailing honeymoon or a second or third honeymoon. The event includes either a five- or three-race series depending on your division, plus a fun range of on-shore festivities. The entry fee is $75 for... Read More
The 2015 Flying Scot Wife Husband Champiobship is quickly Approaching and
you'll want to be part of the action!
Remember when this event made Sailing World Magazine? It could happen again and you could be there!
Bring your spouse to beautiful downtown Tampa, Florida for a sailing honeymoon. The event includes either a five- or three-race series depending on your division, plus a fun range of on-shore festivities. The entry fee is $75 for USSailing members... Read More