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Be part of a Flying Scot tradition at CSA

The Flying Scot Egyptian Cup at CSA is coming June 21-23! Register now for a great weekend of sailing, food and camaraderie.

The $80 registration includes all meals for skipper and one crew (Friday night Brats and Beer, two breakfasts, two lunches and a catered dinner Saturday evening.)  Additional meal packages can be purchased online here or at the registration check-in desk. Registration fee after June 14 is $85.

Free camping on the CSA grounds for all registrants! Camping on CSA grounds is availble in either your tent or single vehicle foot print (car, van, or pickup truck parked in car parking lot).  No hook-ups are available and pop-ups or camping trailers are not allowed.  Hook-ups and pop-up and trailer camping are available in the state park just outside CSA on first come first serve basis at your own discretion.

You must be a current FSSA member to compete.  Join FSSA HERE

We've got regatta shirts!
Men's, women's, long sleeve, short sleeve. Get yours here.
Shirts must be ordered by June 5
for delivery at the regatta

The Schedule
6:00 - 8:30 PM – Registration, complimentary bratwurst and beer


8:00 - 9:30 AM – Complimentary breakfast
8:00 - 9:30 AM – Registration
10:30 AM – Skippers’ meeting
11:30 AM – First Race, possible back to back race  – Lunch on the water after first race
After Races – Happy hour!
6:30 PM – Dinner
7:00 - 10:00 PM – Entertainment and  lie telling about the day's races


7:00 - 8:00 AM – Complimentary Breakfast
9:00 AM – Continue racing (Up to 2 races. No start after 11:30 AM)
12:00 PM – Lunch and awards presentation

The basics...

When: Fri. - Sun., June 21 - 23
Where: CSA
Cost: $80 ($85 after 6/14)
Notice of Race - HERE
Sailing Instructions - to come
Directions to CSA - HERE
Hotel, area info - HERE
Register - HERE
Online registration ends 6/19
(extra meals) -
FSSA membership required

What is
the Egyptian Cup?

Read Mike Pitzer's detailed history of the regatta in this
Scot's 'n' Water article

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