The conditions were totally different for Day 2. Today was in the 50’s but SUNNY so that makes a huge difference. in the "real feel" temperature. The morning started out with the wind blowing above everyone’s comfort zone and some 4’ waves, so the Race Committee postponed for an hour. By the time we went out, it was blowing 15 or so with 3’ waves and it seemed a bit more civilized – still 3 teams decided to stay ashore.
The awesome Race Committee... Read More
Not much sun, but no rain and it's in the 60's! We have a great group of sailors here - several wife-husband teams, a few father-son teams, and lots of other great folks. Thanks so much to Southern Yacht Club with Larry Taggart and his team for hosting us.
With the NNE wind blowing steady at 12, the SYC Race Committee got us started right on time at 12:00. with a rolling start, Championship followed by Challenger. The first race was a 4-leg Windward-Leeward with a small... Read More
Your Board of Governors is hard at work conducting FSSA business on your behalf. Thanks to those who hold these volunteer postions and work hard to support the Flying Scot class!
Still not too late to come!
START THE 60TH YEAR CELEBRATION
OF THE FLYING SCOT
OFF RIGHT BY PARTICIPATING IN THE
2017 FSSA MID-WINTER CHAMPIONSHIP
Fleet 96 and Southern Yacht Club (SYC) in New Orleans invite you to this March 12-16 event, and to come early and stay late to enjoy the many things SYC and New Orleans have to offer. To learn more about Southern Yacht Club visit the club's website here. And learn lots more about the great city of New... Read More
The Flying Scot Class sailed for three different perpetual trophies as part of Southern Yacht Club's annual Juby Wynne Memorial Regatta: The Commissioner General Trophy, the Charles L Dees Memorial Trophy, and, the Cock-of-the-Walk Trophy. Each had its own individual criteria. Whoever meets the criteria of the sub-fleets, i.e. Districts and/or Cock-of-the-Walk (COW), first is awarded those trophies.
The ... Read More