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Flying Scot Fleet 161

The Flying Scot is a 19-foot daysailer that is sailed throughout North America. The large, deep cockpit is ideal for family sailing, providing safe, comfortable sailing for up to eight people. If your interest is racing, a crew of two or three will find the Scot a great boat for competition at all levels. The Flying Scot is easily trailered and rigged; and can be launched in as little as 12 inches of water. The Scot's performance offers thrills to even the experienced sailor and provides for tight, competitive racing. There are more than 100 fleets racing Flying Scots in the USA and Canada. The sail plan consists of main, jib and spinnaker. Simple rigging and uniform construction fosters tactical racing.

Please visit the Flying Scot Sailing Association to find out more information about owning and racing Flying Scots. You may also visit Flying Scot, Inc. to see details about ordering a new Flying Scot.

 

2017 Regatta


31st Annual Flying Scot Fleet 161 Regatta & New York Lakes Districts

 

Please come sail in the 31st Annual Fleet 161 Flying Scot Invitational  Regatta and New York Lakes Districts on beautiful Saratoga Lake at the Saratoga Lake Sailing Club on August 11-13, 2017.

 

Please mark your calendars for these dates and check for registration information and regatta documents at http://www.saratogaflyingscot.org

 

Date: 

08/011/17 - 08/13/17

 

Details and Registration link: 

Saratoga Flying Scots

 

Contact Email: info@SaratogaFlyingScot.org


8/15/2017:
Scotties- Here's an article by Diane Kampf about the 2017 FS Regatta and a separate link to her pics.  She thinks we put on a pretty good regatta and I agree!  Congratulations to Swannie and Samantha, Champion and Challenger Division Champs!  An SLSC sweep!  Special thanks to PRO Dave "Bill" Hudson and his excellent RC and everyone who participated!  -Paul

http://www.fssa.com/content/31st-annual-saratoga-lake-fs-invitational-and-ny-lakes-districts-1

https://www.flickr.com/photos/41106915@N04/sets/72157685005018654