After one last great weekend at the Upper Keys Sailing Club, the 2018-2019 Florida District Series in in the books. The final event was won by Jeff and Amy Smith Linton along with the district series with Mark and Michelle Taylor not far behind! Another great series - can't wait for next year!
And ... Florida has a new District Governor. Welcome aboard Laura Marriot!
|The 51st Annual Buckeye Regatta at Hoover Sailing Club was held May 18 and 19, 2019. It blew hard but the competitors were a hardy bunch who mostly stayed upright and in the boats. Bruce and Linney Kitchen from Cowan Lake took 1st place followed by Frank and Marianne Gerry in 2nd and our local team of Ray and Scot Trask in 3rd. Charles and Sarah Buffington joined us as a third traveling team, pictured together with Kitchen’s and Gerry’s. We got 5 races in, including two on Sunday morning as the wind continued to...|
Courtesy Flying Scot, Inc.
Flying scots are now going down under! We've had a wonderful couple of days visiting with Rob and Christine who came all the way from Australia to order their Scot. Our little boats are going all over the world now! .
Lake of the Woods Sailing Club 37th ANNUAL INVITATIONAL - April 28, 2018
Wow! When LOWSC puts on their annual invitational they go all out for an awesome event. To start with their Southern hospitality is over the top as you couldn't find a friendlier or more inviting club. Everyone goes home well fed. They provided breakfast, lunches (optional with registration) and pizza after the awards ceremony. Everybody receives a souvenir picture of their boat. The one-day event is always held the last Saturday in April and is the perfect regatta to kick off the...Continue Reading...
Each year the competitors at the Flying Scot Midwinters nominate a fellow sailor to win the prestigious Allen Douglas award, given to a sailor who portrays the best example of sportsmanship at the regatta. Several people were nominated for their various actions which is a testament to the camaraderie in our class. But the one with the most votes gets the award, and this year's winner is Jim Cosgrove from Clinton Lake Sailing Association. Jim was seen before and after races helping one team after another getting their boats on and off the dock and the class definitely appreciates...Continue Reading...