Flying Scot Sailing Association

2015 NAC at Bay Waveland Yacht Club in MS - in Full Swing

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Fifty boats are registered for the 2015 NAC at Bay Waveland Yacht Club in Mississippi.  Arrivals continued throughout the day on Saturday 6/20, with boats being measured and checked in.  One boat (above) got a new mast after a 40MPH gust took out the old one a week ago at a regatta.  The Women and Juniors have their turn tomorrow, with the rest of the skippers getting out there on Monday when the qualifiers start.  Good luck to all the participants - the competition is fierce!

2015 Full Moon Regatta - Monmouth Boat Club, Red Bank, NJ

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(c) Pictures by Art Petrosemolo

Bernard Friel, Rumson, sailing with wife Andreé won four of five races to capture their second Flying Scot Full Moon Regatta June 6th at the Monmouth Boat Club.

The Friels, two time defending MBC Club champions, who won their first championship in 2013, were almost unbeatable Saturday as they won the first three races. The regatta was sailed in changing conditions of light rain, clouds and sun and winds that peaked at 13-15 mph with a slight Navesink River chop. The Friels ended the day with eight points including a fourth place finish to go with their wins.

NAC will be followed by Scuttlebutt

Deep Creek Sailing School - Week of July 20th

 

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Deep Creek Sailing School has openings for Adult Sailing the week of July 20th.  Classes will be held at Deep Creek Yacht Club Deer Haven.  Instruction will be in Flying Scots.  See web page for details.  Here is a link to the Sailing School web page: http://www.deepcreeksailingschool.com

2015 Summer Solstice Regatta - Selby Bay Sailing Center, MD

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Reported by Roger Schermerhorn.

Awards presented by Regatta Chair Marvin Pozefsky for Fleet 42 Summer Solstice Regatta at Selby Bay Sailing Center. Cole Daitch won with his grandfather Craig Singleton as crew. Len Guenther and Barb placed second. Frank Gibson and Debbie were third. Some hot racing with boats from Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Jersey on the starting line. Great party and food in the Selby Bay Solstice Regatta tradition.

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