The following clubs/fleets from across the states of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania comprise the Capital District.

  • Fishing Bay Yacht Club (FBYC)/Fleet 103 – Deltaville, VA
  • Greater Richmond Sailing Association (GRSA)/Fleet 155 – Swift Creek Reservoir, Midlothian, VA
  • Lake of the Woods Sailing Club (LOWSC)/Fleet 160 – Locust Grove, VA
  • Rappahannock River Yacht Club (RRYC)/Fleet 185 – Irvington, VA
  • Rehoboth Bay Sailing Association (RBSA)/Fleet 206 – Dewey Beach, DE
  • Sailing Club of Washington (SCOW)/Fleet 203 – Washington Sailing Marina, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Selby Bay Sailing Center (SBSC)/Fleet 42 – Edgewater, MD
  • Susquehanna Yacht Club (SYC)/Fleet 81 – Lake Clarke, Wrightsville, PA
  • West River Sailing Club (WRSC)/Fleet 97 – Galesville, MD

The District Governor is Dave Beckett from the Sailing Club of Washington.

The district has a Facebook Group here.

The link below brings you to a true story about schooners on the Great Lakes transporting Christmas trees.    There is a book published with the story and a musical has been produced as well.  Hope you enjoy this at this time of year! Read More
  Fishing Bay Yacht Club in Deltaville, VA, posted their 74th Annual One Design Regatta on August 10-11, 2013, with Optis, Lasers, Albacore, Front Runner, San Juan, Typhoon and Flying Scots.  Saturday everyone got in 2 races, but Sunday, only the Optimists were able to race - just not enough wind.   Read more about it on the Fishing Bay website here  - Flying Scot results are here.     Read More
The Greater Richmond Sailing Association and Fleet 155 Host the Capital District Championships By John Reilly FS 3867 Tropical Storm Andrea was an unwelcome guest as the 2013 Flying Scot Capital District Championships were held June 8th and 9th.  The event was hosted by Fleet 155 as part of the Greater Richmond Sailing Association Invitational on the Swift Creek Reservoir located in Midlothian, Virginia.  The regatta drew a total of 19 Flying Scots with ten traveling from outside of... Read More