New England District

The New England District is in the Northeast region and encompasses Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Rhode Island.

Our active fleets are in Rockport MA, Duxbury Bay, MA, Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield MA, Cape Cod in Brewster, MA, Cape Cod in Harwichport, MA, and Lake Massapoag in Sharon MA, Lake Massabesic in Manchester, New Hampshire that is growing, Spofford Lake in Spofford, NH, trying to make a go of it and our newest fleet at Pleasant Bay Community Boating in Chatham, MA.

Our District Governor is Ned Jeffries from the Rockport, MA, fleet and the New England District is the home to FSSA Immediate Past Commodore and Web Editor Diane Kampf.

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2014 New England Districts - Sandy Bay YC, Rockport, MA

2014 NE Districts SBYC

The 2014 New England District Championships were held at Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport, MA, on July 26, 2014.  On a partly sunny 75+ degree day, five races, perfectly set by the Race Committee, were run in southwest 12-15 knot winds, occasionally gusting a bit higher.  The 12-boat fleet were from 3 New England clubs - Sandy Bay Yacht Club, Massapoag Yacht Club and Duxbury Yacht Club. 

There did not seem to be a right way to go but it seemed that there was some magic in being a local fleet member because they always seemed to go the right way and it was not the same on every leg,  With Roger and Laura Sharp trying to defend their title, we saw the lead change in every race and boats starting at every point on the line.  At the end of the day, Roger and Laura were tied for first, but lost the tiebreaker to local fleet members Ned, Will and Thomas Jeffries, who won 3 of the 5 races, while the Sharps won the other 2. 

Thanks for Sandy Bay Yacht Club and Fleet 11 for hosting us this year.  The shore side hospitality was great with a buffet breakfast before the races and a barbecue with plenty of beverages after the races.  Perfect conditions, great friends and good food - a great combination for a fun regatta.  Congratulations to all.  Final results:

2014 NAC at Toms River YC - Special Awards

2014 Father Son

Mark and Stewart Taylor from Davis Island Yacht Club were awarded the Father/Son trophy for the best result in the NAC by a Father/Son team.  Congratulations to Mark and Stewart and all the other special award winners listed below.  Many of these perpetual awards have been donated by former members and their families to honor many special people and winning these awards is truly a privilege.  Click read more to see the other 2014 winners.

2014 Fleet of the Year Nominations

2013 FOTY

Last Year's Fleet of the Year winner was Lake Norman Yacht Club - pictured Carol Claypool and Frank Gerry

Once again it's time to send in nominations for the FSSA Fleet of the Year Award.  This prestigious award is presented to an outstanding Flying Scot® fleet each year at the Annual Meeting during the NAC.  Last year's recipient was Fleet 48 from Lake Norman Yacht Club.  Please take time to review the application available here and submit your fleet for consideration!  Information on where to submit the form is here.  Good luck - it could be your fleet this year!

2013 Chaos Cup at Quannapowitt YC in Wakefield, MA

2013 QYC

From Diane Kampf - Greg and I had the pleasure of participating in the 6th Annual Flying Scot Chaos Cup regatta at Quannapowitt Yacht Club in Wakefield, MA, on Saturday, October 19.  the Chaos Cup has a long history at QYC, but most recently has become a Flying Scot regatta. QYC has a long history as well, being the oldest inland Yacht Club in the country having been founded in 1884! 

Sailing Your Flying Scot by Moonlight

Have you ever sailed your Flying Scot in the moonlight? It is an extraordinary experience to be on your boat at night with just the moonlight and Mother Nature to guide you. Our club, Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA, organizes two of these events a year, and although it is always a blast being out there with others, it does not need to be an organized or group event. You’ll want to do this on a night that has as close to a full moon as possible to get the best results.

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