As you can see, we are live now with our new look and feel on FSSA.COM and we hope you love it! As with any upgrade, you may find small issues here and there and we'd appreciate it if you'd let us know so we can fix it..Just send email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience and help as we move to this upgraded version of our site, This is your FSSA working for you! REMINDER: if you have a current account, you will need to request a... Read More
Can Your Club Consider Hosting a Flying Scot National Event? Let us know! Attention all Flying Scot sailors! The Flying Scot Sailing Association is looking for clubs that are willing to host one of our four 2021 national championships: the North American, Midwinters, Wife Husband, or Women's Championships. If your club is interested or if you have suggestions on venues we should pursue, please contact FSSA First Vice-President, Nancy Claypool, at email@example.com or... Read More
The Measurement Committee would like to remind the membership of what is allowable under the current rules regarding working on the centerboard. The details of Specifications and CMRs which relate to the centerboard are described and clarified in this document, Click on the photo above to watch a video about centerboard measurement. And as always, please reach out to the meassurement committee or to the builder with any questions.
We all know how great it is to see younger sailors in our boats! Well, the US Sailing Chubb US Junior Championships start Monday August 7 and run through Friday August 11, 2017, at Toms River Yacht Club in Toms River, NJ. One of the 3 boats being sailed will be Flying Scots, with Junior teams going three up. It's great to see the class promoting the sport for Junior sailors, and there will be 10 teams racing Flying Scots in the event! We'... Read More