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
Have you ever sailed your Flying Scot in the moonlight? It is an extraordinary experience to be on your boat at night with just the moonlight and Mother Nature to guide you. Our club, Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA, organizes two of these events a year, and although it is always a blast being out there with others, it does not need to be an organized or group event. You’ll want to do this on a night that has as close to a full moon as possible to get the best results. You’ll also want to... Read More
The MYC 64th Annual regatta was held on September 7 - 8, 2013 with a welcome party on September 6, It was a great success with 17 Flying Scots, 5 Day Sailers and 24 Sunfish participating. It was a real family affair this year! On FS and Day Sailers, we had 5 father-son teams, 3 father-daughter teams, a team of brothers, 4 husband-wife teams (one of which were the parents of another skipper),. On Sunfish we had 2 mothers of other skippers, 4... Read More
We had just the opposite weather on Sunday, 8/4, with light and variable winds. Two of the 16 boats had to leave and could not return on Sunday. It was a warm, sunny day on the harbor, and we we got in 4 races, thanks to a terrific Race Committee. Thanks sp much to the Stone Horse Yacht Club for hosting! Results are here
The winds were howling in Harwichport on 8/3, with 25 MPH out of the SW, gusting even higher and flags were pointing practically straight up! The Race Committee headed out and a few boats went out past the breakwater. With several boats, even some with 3-up, nearly capsizing, deciding to come back in, we waited a bit before making a decision about going out. Within 15 minutes, the Race Committee came back in with a postpone flag. Less than 1/2 hour later races were cancelled for the day. The... Read More