The following date changes and additions are being made to the Florida District Series.
Upper Keys sailing Club event is moving to the weekend of May 20-21, 2023.
- This change takes away any conflicts with Mother's Day and may ease availabilty associated with accomodations.
Space Coast Regatta is moving to the weekend following its scheduled date, now to be scheduled for April 22-23, 2023.
- This change allows the Florida District to support to the Choo-Choo Regatta at PYC
Mount Dora Regatta is being added to...Continue Reading...
Happy Thanksgiving to our Flying Scot family! We are so thankful for you!
The Fall 48 typically has cooler temps and bigger breeze. Mother nature got the breeze right but not the temps! We kicked off the regatta Friday evening with a chili cook-off. Five LNYC members brought crockpots of chili and it was a great opportunity to taste a wide variety. The big news on Friday was the finalization of the 2023 Flying Scot North American Championship to be held at LNYC the first week of June 2023. The original planned site didn't work out, and Jim Leggette asked if LNYC would be willing to step up and run it. The club will end up with 3 national events on the...Continue Reading...
We had perfect fall weather at the Punzi Memorial and Greater New York Districts this weekend at Candlewood Yacht Club in CT. PRO Mark Riefenhauser and the Race Committee ran 6 awesome races, 4 Saturday in N winds 15-18 and 2 Sunday in W winds 19-16. Both days were mostly sunny in the 60's and the conditions were tough with lots of shifts and gusts but still lots of fun. John and Connie Eckart from Massapoag Yacht Club won the Punzi Regatta. Dave Irving win the Greater NY Districts. Too 5 skippers were John Eckart, David Irving, Dan Walsh, Greg Kampf and Tim Gordon.
Full results are...Continue Reading...
The 2022 Great Scot Regatta was held over the October 1, 2 weekend after Hurricane Ian had passed well East of Birmingham Sailing Club and made its way North of the regatta site. The storm caused terrible damage where it passed but provided Logan Martin Lake with a fresh Northerly breeze and clear blue skies.
The 24 Teams were split into their choice of two fleets and sailed on the same course with separate Starts. After a brief Postponement of the 1pm first race to allow the wind direction to settle in, 3 very competitive, 50 minute races were completed Saturday.