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Flying Scot Midwinter Championship Update Unfortunately, due to Coronavirus COVID-19 and the recommendations of the CDC, the FSSA has canceled the Midwinter Championships in Fort Walton, Florida scheduled for March 21 – 26.  The CDC and WHO have, as of yesterday, recognized the C virus as pandemic and now potentially affects everyone not just a limited few countries. These health organizations recommend against all non essential traveling (which would include travel to voluntary... Read More
Flying Scot Inc ® is working hard to advertise to new markets. Camps around the nation have already taken the initiative to use our boats for their programs and now we're taking the boat to the rest of the camps by attending the American Camping Association National Convention. For those of you on the west coast, we'd love to have you come by and see us.  February 12-13   Read More
As you can see, we are live now with our new look and feel on FSSA.COM and we hope you love it!  As with any upgrade, you may find small issues here and there and we'd appreciate it if you'd let us know so we can fix it..Just send email to info@fssa.com and we will answer as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience and help as we move to this upgraded version of our site, This is your FSSA working for you! REMINDER: if you have a current account, you will need to request a... Read More
  Dear fellow Scot sailors, North Sails invites all Flying Scot sailors for an informative webinar on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:00 PM EST. Join World Championship sailor, Zeke Horowitz and One Design Expert and sailmaker for over 30 years, Brian Hayes, to learn the basic rules of racing. The duo of Flying Scot Experts will focus on the basic right of way rules and situations that Scot sailors often encounter when racing. They will also discuss what to be aware of on the start... Read More
For those of you looking for a link to the US Sailing and FSSA seminar on Growing the Sport given on 1/21/2021, you can find the video here.  Thanks again to Jim Leggette for arranging this! Last week the Flying Scot Sailing Association sponsored a webinar, Growing the Sport of Sailing with leaders with leaders in one design classes and US Sailing. Each shared successful ideas which have been used to grow our sport. Our own Jim Crabtree sharer his experiences with Fleet 210 in... Read More

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