Women’s North American Championships

July 26-28, 2024pm 

Hosted by Lake Monona Sailing Club, on beautiful Lake Monona near Madison, Wisconsin. More information is at https://www.fssa.com/content/2024-women%E2%80%99s-nac-madison-wi

Register now - registration is open! With advance notice, limited Charter Boats are available. What are you waiting for? Come sail with us!


Flying Scot Junior North American Championships

June 28-30, 2024

Hosted by Cedar Point Yacht Club in Westport, Connecticut. Get your team together and compete withsailors from around the country! More information is at https://www.fssa.com/content/2024-junior-nac-cedar-point-yacht-club-westport-ct or contact John Cooke at cpycodr@gmail.com. With advance notice charter boats are available. What are you waiting for?

Great regatta with a growing Scot presence. Hard to beat Colorado in August!! Registeation is open. More information here https://www.fssa.com/content/2024-dillon-open-regatta-dillon-yacht-club-co

Beaufort Yacht Club in South Carolina is looking to increase its visibility to the Flying Scot class and they would love to form a fleet. Their multi-class Low County Regatta on June 21-23, 2024, is a great place to get some Flying Scots on the line. It wojuld be great to gete a few more Beaufort members in Flying Scots so they can truly start a fleet and hopefully grow! Read all about it, including registration information here.

I imagine this has happened before, but we had different couples win every race this year. With 30 boats registered for the 2024 Great 48, we felt pretty lucky by the end of the regatta. Saturday's forecast was spot on with thunderstorms, lightning, rain, and not much breeze so we didn't get any racing in. It was a great opportunity to hang out and socialize with our Flying Scot family. The regatta orgainizers fed the group well the whole weekend, and the taps were flowing with 3 different flavors of beer.

On Sunday the forecast was again for rain, but we got lucky and didn't see...

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