Check out the results of several of this weekend's Flying Scot regattas.
Douglas Orr Regatta at Sprite Island Yacht Club in CT, 15 boats, won by Roger and Kate Sharp from Massapoag Yacht Club, Sharon, MA - resuls are here
Summer Solstice Regatta at Selby Bay Sailing Center in MD, 11 boats, won by John and Sharon Wake from FIshing Bay Yacht Club, Deltaville, VA - results are...Continue Reading...
The Women's NAC is coming up on June 26-27, 2021, at Deep Creek Lake in MD. This year will be a record year with over 20 teams registered so far! Are you going? Are you registered yet? You can get more information about the event and registration here. Hope to see you there.
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 national championships: the North American, Midwinters, Wife Husband, or Women's Championships.
To see what events are open and and available for you to host, click here
If your club is interested or if you have suggestions on venues we should pursue,...
Good news! Registration is open for the 2021 Wife-Husband Championship at Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA. Come and experience our New England hospitality and enjoy our club! More information can be found at:
The 2021 North American Championships at Cedar Point Yacht Club is on! And, we have some fun in store for you, along with some fine racing at one of Connecticut’s foremost one-design racing yacht clubs.
There’s nothing, and I mean nothing, like skipping a year of serious, large fleet, competitive racing to get the Class’s kindred spirits fired up BIG. Oh yeah, this is happening. Don’t ask twice. It (the 2021 North American Championships) is happening! Junior sailors, that means you, too. Tell Mom; tell Dad, “We gotta go! Book the rooms, grease the wheel bearings and get the...Continue Reading...