|2019 NAC Champions Zeke and Jay Horowitz||2019 NAC CHallenger Winners Steve and Rene Comen|
Here is the full list of Winners from the 2019 NAC at Pensacola - congratulations to all!
With the temperatures in the 90’s and the breeze down from the previous days at 7 -10 MPH from the SSW, the RC ran a flawless 4-leg Windward-Leeward course, making it longer than previous races for the final race of the event.
After racing there was plenty of beer and hors d’oeuvres for anyone who skipped breakfast or is hungry after being on the water. Pensacola Yacht Club has put on a great national championship for the Flying Scot Class and we should think about returning here. It is a beautiful venue for both the sailing and social aspects of our NAC. The sailing is...Continue Reading...
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 Scots added to the fleet this past year. Fleet 76 submits lots of articles to Scots 'n Water and the...Continue Reading...
incoming President Bill Dunham and outgoing President Bill Vogler
|FSSA 2019-2021 Officers were elected tonight as follows:|
|President - Bill Dunham|
|1st VP - Nancy Claypool|
|2nd VP - Jim Leggette|
|Treasurer-Secretary - Nina Cummings|
|Chief Measurer - Roger Sharp|
|Editor of Scots 'n Water - Ned Johnston...|
After a postpone on shore, the breeze filled in and we went out and almost started on time at 12:00 – we started just a few minutes after noon. With a 7-10 MPH SSW wind for the first race and 10-12 MPH for the second race, Hal Smith and the RC got in 2 more great 4-leg Windward Leeward races. There was not much chop but there were confusing shifts so what seemed like the time to tack would just turn into a lift a few seconds later. With temperatures into the 90’s today in mostly sunny skies, it was a bit warmer than the previous 2 days. Staying hydrated on the water was really...Continue Reading...