New England

New England

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 Tim Mallette  from the Rockport, MA, fleet and the New England District is the home to FSSA Web Editor Diane Kampf and Scots n; Water Editor Ned Johnston.

The New England District has a Facebook group here.

Follow Massapoag Yacht Club's Fleet 76 on Facebook here.

The 2019 Fleet of the Year award was awarded to Fleet 76 from Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA. Fleet 76 has 20+ FSSA members and amongst its memebrs are Chief Measrer Roger Sharp and Web Editor Diane Kampf. Greg Kampf is the Fleet Captain. The fleet is very active in racing running over 90 races per year with Flying Scots on the line. The fleet has a club boat that was fnded in part by the Flying Scot Foundation and the boat is used in our sailing education programs. There were 2 Flying... Read More
Calling all women skippers! We had 10 boats at the 2017 makeup Women's NAC in Dallas, 15 boats at the 2018 Women's NAC in Chattanooga,  How many can we get for the 2019 event at Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA? The link for registration is here
  There was lots of activity in the Flying Scots class this weekend - the ACC at Fishing Bay Yacht Club in VA, the Glow in the Dark Regatta/Midwest Districts at Clinton Lake Sailing Association in IL, and the Scot-A-Hoochee/Dixie Lakes Districts at Lake Lanier Sailing Club in GA.  I am waiting for some write-ups and some pictures, Meanwhile, the results ofall thre regattas are under regatta results.  
  Beth Leahy took some great photos at the Wife-Husband Regatta this weekend.  Photos can be found here. We have a few more that I took that can be seen here.  
  What a difference between yesterday and today! With the Northeast wind blowing 12-14 and 2-3 foot waves, the RC went out to see what it looked like. They came back with a big thumbs up and we made our way out to the race course. The wind continued to moderate a bit during the races, but the waves stayed! The RC did a great job of setting great courses and getting us back in with lots of time to enjoy each other's company before it was time to head home. With 2 W-L 4 leg races for the... Read More

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