Flying Scot 2021 Wife Husband - 4 races today and we're calling it a regatta before Hurricane Henri gets here. We had a great sunny, pleasant day in the 80's with SW winds 5-8 occasionally 10. Winners of the Championship Division are Jeff and Amy Linton and the Challenger Division winners are David and Marilyn Archibald. I want to thank Massapoag Yacht Club for supporting this fun regatta and we hope to see some of you at the NERD in a little over a month!
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The 2021 Wife-Husband Championships are in full swing. at Massapoag Yacht Club in Sharon, MA. People started arriving on Monday, fresh from racing at Saratoga, NY. Lots of us camping, some are staying with club members, the rest are in local inns and hotels. There's lots of camaraderie in the Flying Scot class and it's always evedent at this annual event. Everyone helps eveyone else get boats parked, rig the boats, launch, retrieve. And it's great to see teams from 8 states coming together for this event. Watch here for updates - racing begins Saturday and results will be at ...Continue Reading...
There's been a flurriy of activity in the Flying Scot Class over the last few weekends, with clubs hosting all over the place. Pictured above are the Saratoga Winners - photo courtesy of Paul Waterfield.
Ephraim/s 116th Annual Regatta was August 7-8, with 22 boats, won by Ryan Malmgren and Stacey Rieu. See the results here.
MAYRA regatta was August 14, co-hosted by Yacht Club of Stone Harbor and Avalon Yacht Club in New Jersey with 23 boats on the line. See the...Continue Reading...
Massappag Yacht Club is Sharon, MA, is ready for you to come visit us for the 2021 Wife-Husband Championship. You can camp on site or stay at a local hotel, and a few homes are available for hosting as well. Get more information and get registered here.
Phot courtesy of Charlie Clifton.
From Mark Riefenhauser on Facebook:
The GNY District were held on 7/31/2021 at Moriches Yacht Club on Long Island, NY.. We had over 20 boats racing. Great turnout!! Winds were on the heavy side and some boats retired as the day went on. Watch for results!
Many thanks to Gina Soto and Tony DiResta, Moriches Yacht Club and West Hampton Yacht Squadron!!
Full results are at here.