Nationals Results

Any reports regarding weather,results and standings for North American's?

Comments

Fishing Bay Yacht Club has done a nice job of posting results so

Fishing Bay Yacht Club has done a nice job of posting results so far ... http://www.fbyc.net/Events/2007/06.24.onedesign/ssi.dtml Kurt

Kurt Steinbock

FS 3879

Thanks for the link.

Thanks for the link...Looks like the forecast is for increasing winds through the rest of the Regatta

Winds would be good.

Winds would be good. It's steamy here in Virginia.

Kurt Steinbock

FS 3879

Photos are posted at: http://www.

Photos are posted at: http://www.jdeutsch.com/pg/fsnac

This year's Flying Scot NAC at Fishing Bay Yacht Club was a GREA

This year's Flying Scot NAC at Fishing Bay Yacht Club was a GREAT event with the races over three days being outstanding! The host club, regatta organizers, volunteers were all too kind and worked their tails off to make it a terrific regatta - HUGE THANK YOU! The race management was very good and the wind gods were kind giving us three days of good to great conditions; my guess is the winds were 5-8 knots when it was light, 8-12 knots when the wind was up. The day prior to the Championship series the Women's NAC and Junior's NAC enjoyed near perfect Flying Scot conditions with temperatures in the upper 80's, partly cloudy, winds 8-12 knots, waves around 1.5 feet. Temperatures and wave height during the three day Championship series were all good, never exceeding low 90's, maybe mid 90's at most, waves stayed around two feet or less when the wind was up. Current was nominal and maybe played some factor on wave generation when winds came up. To top things off, holding the regatta to three days was a BIG bonus. Many people I talked with at the FS NAC enjoyed the heck out of sailing a three day regatta, with some in the more experienced senior crowd saying their is no way they could have participated were the regatta 5 days. A good number of folks sailed the day before the Championship races on their own to tune up, pace, and check out the general race area. And just plain enjoy sailing around the Chesapeake. Overall, two big thumbs up for the 2007 FS NAC and the hosts at FBYC. [:)] Thank you Noel Clinard, Regatta Chair, and everyone involved! posted by: Michael Mittman FS# 5804, Fleet 23 Corinthian Sailing Club White Rock Lake Dallas, TX