New England

New England

The New England District is in the Northeast region and encompasses Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Rhode Island.

Our active fleets are in Rockport MA, Duxbury Bay, MA, Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield MA, Cape Cod in Harwichport, MA, and Lake Massapoag in Sharon MA, Lake Massabesic in Manchester, New Hampshire, Spofford Lake in Spofford, NH, trying to make a go of it and our newest fleet at Pleasant Bay Community Boating in Chatham, MA.

Our District Governor is Tim Mallette  from Fleet 196, at Massabesic Lake in NH, as also sails out of Rockport, MA. the New England District is the home to FSSA Chief Measurer Roger Sharp, FSSA Web Editor Diane Kampf and Scots n; Water Editor Tim Mallette

The New England District has a Facebook group here.

Follow Massapoag Yacht Club's Fleet 76 on Facebook here.

  2014 Chaos Cup Winners Roger and Laura Sharp            2014 Chaos Cup 2nd Mark Riefenhauser and Dave Irving   2014 Chaos Cup 3rd Greg and Diane Kampf                         The fall colors were beautiful around the lake!              ... Read More
           Got Water?  We Had Just Enough at the MYC 65th Annual Regatta - full results are here When the time approached for the 2014 Massapoag Yacht Club 65th Annual Regatta in Sharon, MA, as regatta chairperson, I knew we had some hard decision to make.  There had been some unexpected lowering of the lake this summer, followed by a very dry spell resulting in no recovery of the lake level.  As the beach got bigger and... Read More
The 2014 New England District Championships were held at Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport, MA, on July 26, 2014.  On a partly sunny 75+ degree day, five races, perfectly set by the Race Committee, were run in southwest 12-15 knot winds, occasionally gusting a bit higher.  The 12-boat fleet were from 3 New England clubs - Sandy Bay Yacht Club, Massapoag Yacht Club and Duxbury Yacht Club.  There did not seem to be a right way to go but it seemed that there was some magic in... Read More
Last Year's Fleet of the Year winner was Lake Norman Yacht Club - pictured Carol Claypool and Frank Gerry Once again it's time to send in nominations for the FSSA Fleet of the Year Award.  This prestigious award is presented to an outstanding Flying Scot® fleet each year at the Annual Meeting during the NAC.  Last year's recipient was Fleet 48 from Lake Norman Yacht Club.  Please take time to review the application available here and submit your fleet for... Read More
From Diane Kampf - Greg and I had the pleasure of participating in the 6th Annual Flying Scot Chaos Cup regatta at Quannapowitt Yacht Club in Wakefield, MA, on Saturday, October 19.  the Chaos Cup has a long history at QYC, but most recently has become a Flying Scot regatta. QYC has a long history as well, being the oldest inland Yacht Club in the country having been founded in 1884!  It was a rare 70-degree day in October and very sunny with light air - note... Read More

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