|Fleet Captains Manual||
This is a template for fleet captains
|FSSA Future Sanctioned Regattas||
The FSSA sanctions 5 yearly regattas, the North American Championships (NAC), the Women's NAC, the Midwinters Championships, the Atlantic Coast Championships and the Wife-Husband Championships.The attached shows the future locations for FSSA sanctioned regattas. It also shows open slots...
|FSSA Active Fleet Map||
This is a map of active fleets as of 2009.
|Sailing Condition Guidelines||
guidelines that are provided for Race Committee use when deciding whether to start, shorten, or abandon a race.
|FSSA Organizational Chart||
The Flying Scot Sailing Association Executive Committee, Officers and Board of Governors shown as an organizational chart. (PDF)
|FSSA Org Chart.pdf|
|FSSA Class Rules||
Flying Scot Sailing Association Class Rules, including Constitution, Bylaws, Specifications, Chief Measurer’s Rulings, Official Plan, and Sail Measurement.
Document attached below.
Recent Updates: The Revision dated 4-13-2018 revised: ARTICLE B-VIII.6.f revised to:1) give...
|Flying Scot Official Plan||
This is the Flying Scot Official Plan provided by Flying Scot, Inc.
|District Governor Kit||
This is a template for District Governors
|Fleet Constitution & Bylaws Template||
This is a template for Fleet Constitution and Bylaws
|Transfer or Change of Ownership||
This form is for transfering the ownership of your Flying Scot.
|Co-Ownership Certification Form||
The purpose of this form is to verify that the boat co-ownership is legitimate and only one co-owner is registering for the regatta.
|Fleet of the Year Score Sheet||
This document is for fleet captains to complete for submission of the Fleet of the Year award.
|Action Item Form||
The purpose of this form is to provide the Executive Committee or the Board of Governors members a way to submit action items.
Membership Application in PDF form.
|Chartering or Borrowing Form||
The purpose of this form is to verify that the helmsman meets the requirements for chartering or borrowing a boat.
|Bid Letter Template||
A template to use when bidding for nationalevents like the North Americans and the Wife-Husband regattas.
|Sanctioned Regatta Planning GuideLines and Requirement||
These guidelines are intended for use by the Regatta Chair for clubs or organizations that intend to host a sanctioned FSSA regatta. They also contain suggested dates for the actions needed, to help plan a successful regatta.
|NAC Division Placement Guidance Document||
This document is for guidance only. Revision 12-15-2012
General information about what to expect when your boat is being measured at a national event.
A list of tasks needed to host a successful NACs
|National Championships Committee and Regatta Chairman Responsibilities||
Details about the responsibilities of NAC race officials.
|Standard Sailing Instructions for non-NAC Sanctioned Regattas||
Please emall the National Champipnship Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest tesmplate to sue for your Sailing Instructions for your national event.
|Standard Notice of Race for non-NAC Sanctioned Regattas||
Please email the National Champipnship Committee at email@example.com for the latest tesmplate to sue for your NOR for your national event.
Questions that a club will be asked that is bidding for a national event.
|Standard Notice of Race for fSSA Sanctioned Events||
Please emall the National Champipnship Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest tesmplate to sue for your NOR for your National Event.
|National Championships Committee and Regatta Chairman Measurement Responsibilities||
Details about the responsibilities of NAC or MidWinter Measurement officials.
|Standard Sailing Instructions for NAC||
Please email the National Champipnship Committee at email@example.com for the latest tesmplate to sue for your Sailing Instructions for the NAC
|NAC Trophy Script||trophy_script_7-15-2016.doc|
Members of FSSA.com can create content on the website including articles, events, classified ads, and regatta results. The videos below give a step-by-step presentation on creating each type of content: