View of Sandy Bay and Motif #3 form the deck Ben Williams shows thow far down we are at low tide
With Margot Hintlian leading the way, Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport, MA, welcomed us with open arms as 29 Wife-Husband teams were arriving on Friday, 7/21/2017, for the 2017 Wife Husband Championship, SKip Montello seemed to be everywhere helping us get boats rigged and in the water along with Tom Hoerner and other... Read More
The 2017 Wife-Husband Championship is coming up soon, 7/22-7/23/2017 at the Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport MA. Please come and join the fun - enjoy a great New England coastal town and some super hospitality. This is Flying Scot's 60th anniversary year so make our class proud! Register early to help with planning and save a few bucks too! More information and a link to registration is here. Regatta apparel is available from Coral Reef Sailing Apparel here - come dressed... Read More
Published on March 7th, 2017 on Sailingscuttlebutt.com
In the March 2017 of WindCheck magazine, Kate Wilson (North Kingstown, RI) gets some deserved love that we are pleased to share.
At the 24th Annual Providence Boat Show, the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) recognized Kate as the Rhode Island Boater of the Year.
Named after the Ocean State’s 66th Governor, RIMTA’s John H. Chafee Boater of the Year award, a beautiful half hull with a plaque engraved... Read More
We had another wonderful time at the 67th Annual Massapoag Yacht Club Regatta, with 57 boats participating. There were 16 Flying Scots - winners John and Connie Eckart (pictured here), 6 Day Sailers - winners Mike McCaffrey and Suzanne Boohar, 4 Comets - winners Talbott and Carol Lee Ingram, 9 RS Aeros - winner Marc Jacobi, and 22 Sunfish - winner Andy David!
What an amazing sight on the water ! The PRO Gary Werden and crew did a good job of keeping fleets separated using Trapezoid courses.... Read More
Championship Division Winners Challenger Division Winners
We started the day with an hour postponement with a promise of wind coming around 11:00 AM. The wind came and the 17 teams, including 6 visiting boats, sailed out to the course,... Read More