Useful links

FnS Midwest District

Flying Scot Sailing Association

Flying Scot Store

FSSA calendar



Helpful guides 

FnS how-to guide
FnS basic tuning
MAD Sails tuning
North Sails tuning
Gus sails tuning
Dieball Sails tuning

For more information from Flying Scot: or call 800-864-7208

For information about Flying Scot fleet 83, contact fleet captain 
Andrew Tasker at

Hot regattas...

Ephraim Regatta and Midwest Districts, Aug. 6-8
Whale of a SailSep. 18,19
CLSA Radioactive Racing 
Glow Regatta, Oct. 2,3
Link to Clinton Lake events

More lake info
Experimental page

Click HERE for a map showing approximate elevations
in rows G and H

Statcounter, eenabled

 September 17-19.  Results now posted!  Details HERE.

In memory of giants...

On Saturday, June 19, a glider was dedicated to the memory of Greg Vitt, John Woodworth, Jim Harris and E. Paul Moore, Jr. Scot sailors all, very much a part of CSA. Linda Vitt describes how the idea for a memorial came about….

"When Peg and I first started sailing together in 2019, we started talking about making a memorial to John and Greg. We decided on a bench to be placed on the area of the bank overlooking the lake that Flying Scot fleet 83 uses for lunches during race Sunday's.  When we lost Paul and Jim too we decided to get this dedication off the ground. Four Flying Scot sailors all in heaven in a 5 year time frame definitely needed to be memorialized.  
At first, I looked for a swing made of polywood, and remembered that Amish stores in North Missouri where Greg was born had quite a variety.  Greg's Dad and step Mom love to shop there and sent me a picture of the glider we decided to use. Greg's son Patrick transported it STL for us and we got it to the lake just in time for the 2021 Egyptian Cup Regatta."

Read Peg Woodworth’s words of dedication HERE. These four giants represent a total of 120 years of service to CSA and the Flying Scot fleet.


Scots' race duty...   Sign up HERE

    Results are posted HERE 

Take a ride with Bronson and Rachel
Watch the video from their Texas adventure HERE

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