Flying Scot fleet 177 hosted the Fontelieu / Fall Classic this past weekend at Cedar Point YC in Westport, CT. 15 Thistles and 9 Flying Scot enjoyed Cedar Point YC sailing at its finest. SE winds at 10 knots on both days and spectacular sunshine. The PRO for the weekend was Dick Thackaberry and team who also were the race committee team for the 2011 NAC’s at Cedar Point.
On Saturday, 3 races were held with Josh Goldman and John Cooke trading first and second place position throughout the day. Rob and Linda Cohen show great speed throughout the day to settle into third place. Sister...Continue Reading...
Florida Circuit 2013-2014
Coconut Grove Sailing Center (Miami) Oct 5-6
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Sarasota Sailing Squadron (Sarasota) Nov 2-3
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Jacksonville Rudder Club (Jacksonville) Dec 7-8
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The "First Annual" Scotahoochee Regatta was held at the Lake Lanier Sailing Club on September 14-15, but it was actually the second Flying Scot regatta held at LLSC -- the first being our 2012 Dixie Lakes District Championship Regatta on the same weekend last year. Scott and Sharon Adams, helped by several fleet members (a special "thank you" to Peter Kowalski), have figured out very quickly how to put on a first class regatta. Keith and I shared a sweet little rental cabin on the LLSC property with John Sensor and Matt Tringali from our own club. As for us, we traded tacks in every one...Continue Reading...
Day 2 was warmer, in the low 70's and the winds were steadier 5-10. Two races were raced in the good conditions and the winners are: Championship - Rob Whiiitemore and Challenger - Glenn Wesley. Congrats to the winners and their crews and thanks to Toms River for hosting another successful ACC!
Full results are here
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 fathers of other skippers and 2...Continue Reading...