Useful links

FnS Midwest District

Flying Scot Sailing Association

Flying Scot Store

FSSA calendar

Sailmakers

North
MAD
Gus
Schurr
Dieball

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:
www.flyingscot.com or call 800-864-7208

For information about Flying Scot fleet 83, contact fleet captain 
Andrew Tasker at aptasker99@gmail.com


Hot regattas...

Egyptian Cup, Jun. 18-20
Woman’s NACSJun. 25,26
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

Changes to race scoring for 2021
See proposed rules HERE. Final approval pending

Save the date.... June 18-20. Details to come

FnS Sunday race results

Get in on the fun. This Scot could be yours


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

  John Cassada photo
 
 l a y e r

In memory of Jim Harris, 1931-2020
Jim Harris furled his sails for the last time and crossed the bar 12/15/20.  Jim was a long-time sailor in the Flying Scot Class, past commodore, and Board Member of Carlyle Sailing Association.  He chaired, and raced in, many regattas at CSA, and chaired the 1992 US Olympic Festival held there.  Also, Jim was an officer of the National Flying Scot Class for many years.
Jim was very active in promoting coordination of various stakeholder groups with the Army Corps of Engineers at Carlyle Lake and beyond.  He was one of the organizers and the first president of The Kaskaskia Watershed Association and its Reach 2 affiliate organization the Carlyle Lake Association.  His vision was that the various interests could find consensus on issues within these organizations and present coordinated recommendations to the Corps of Engineers.  For his efforts he received the Commander’s Award from The US Army Corps of Engineers which is the highest Corps award that can be given to a civilian.    --Ted Beier 
See full obituary here

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