Important announcements from members of the fleet.

2015 Wife Husband Championship 10/24-10/25/2015 - REGISTER NOW!

The 2015 Flying Scot Wife Husband Champiobship is quickly Approaching and you'll want to be part of the action!      Remember when this event made Sailing World Magazine?   It could happen again and you could be there! WHArticleSW   Bring your spouse to beautiful downtown Tampa, Florida for a sailing honeymoon. The event includes either a five- or three-race series depending on your division, plus a fun range of on-shore festivities. The entry fee is $75 for USSailing members, no late penalty. Campers welcome. 

Call early for charter and housing options.

Find the NOR and other regatta documents, including who's coming, are available HERE.  

For charters email Mark Taylor.  

For housing email Amy Smith Linton            

For more Regatta Information email Trista Snook

The 2015 ACC is NEXT Week at Blackbeard Sailing Club - New Bern, NC

Blackbeard1 The 2015 Flying Scot Atlantic Coast Championships will be held next week on September 12-13 at Blackbeard Sailing Club, New Bern, NC. Get more information on the event page here Hope you are lucky enough to be going!

Florida Circuit 2014/2015

Florida Circuit 2014/2015 (check often for updates):

Oct 4-5 CGSC Annual OD
Larry Whipple

Nov 8-9 SSS
Bob Twinem

Dec 6-7 Jacksonville Rudder Club Gator Bowl Reg
Jon Hamilton

Jan 10-11 Port Charlotte Yacht Club
Martin Holland

Feb 14-15 Lake Eustis Yacht Club
Contact TBD

March TBD Davis Island Yacht Club
Andy Hayward

Make up regatta month

Florida Circuit Results Update - March

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Florida Circuit Scores

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 Attached are the current Florida Circuit 2013/2014 scores. Check them out.

Florida Circuit 2013-2014

Florida Circuit 2013-2014

Coconut Grove Sailing Center (Miami) Oct 5-6
Contact Larry Whipple

Sarasota Sailing Squadron (Sarasota) Nov 2-3
Contact Robert Twinem

Jacksonville Rudder Club (Jacksonville) Dec 7-8
Contact Jon Hamilton

2013 Scot a Hoochee, Lake Lanier Sailing Club

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 of Saturday's three races and Sunday's three races with the teams of Peter Beam / Lee Estes and Eric Ashaffenberg / Paul Beaudry.  There were 11 entrants and three races in beautiful, sunny, and very, very shifty 5-15 knot conditions on Saturday, plus three more in a slightly steadier 5-10 knot breeze on Sunday morning.  Peter won 2 races, but so did Eric, and so did Keith and myself --but in the end it was Peter's consistency (two seconds and two thirds to go with his pair of bullets) that won the regatta.  John Sensor, attending his first ever off-lake regatta since retiring here to the "Golden Corner" of SC-NC-Georgia, had a great trio of finishes on Sunday to finish fourth overall.  In sum, I think "Scotahoochee" is an old timey Cherokee word meaning "great hospitality, great weather, great competition, and great fun!"  Hey Scotters --put this one on your calendar for the second weekend after Labor Day next year if you live anywhere close!

Sandy Eustis, Dixie Lakes Governor

Pictures are here  and Results are here

There's always tomorrow...

Well, the wind just doesn't want to quit. We waited patiently all day for a little lull from the 20-23 mph or so that was whistling by the club. Finally at about 2 Judy Hanlon decided it was dropping and we all trooped out. It was a lovely 11 knots or so as we arrived at the line and as the race committee set up. But it was a trick. After about 10 or 15 minutes the wind cranked up again, just as high as yesterday. Still, we were all game, but the committee boat anchor refused to hold. They had one line, two lines, three lines and then a fourth and still the boat slid downwind.

2013 Midwinters are on - boats are arriving!

The Midwinters in sunny Sarasota, Florida is on now with boats arriving through tomorrow.  We have 50+ boats registered and there is still room for you!  Note that the schedule is updated and  there has been a change to the NOR.  You  may be interested in taking a look, so you can view the updated information here.  Hope to see you in Sarasota!!

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