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


More lake info
Experimental page

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

Weather Underground PWS KILCARLY5

Hot regattas...

Help support and grow the Midwest District at these regattas:

  • Watch this space for 2020 events

In other districts...

  • Watch this space for 2020 events

List, courtesy of John Cassada


Statcounter, eenabled

December 13 - It's time for the Scots' party!
December 13th (yes its a Friday) at 6pm. Be there!
Where? Lois and Chris’s place, 20 Blamagoun Lane, St Louis.
It will be a pot luck dinner. BYOG.
Please RSVP to Andrew and tell him what you will be bringing(organizer reserves the right to change what you are bringing to ensure a random balance of food available or if they don’t really like it.)  
Stay tuned for further details.

FnS Sunday race results - final scores for Summer series

2020 Wife/Husband Championship coming to CSA
October 2 - 4, 2020

Fleet 83 has been awarded the 2020 Flying Scot Wife Husband Championship. Bronson will serve as Regatta Chairman.  This will be a fleet-wide effort and many hands should make light work.  In a lot of ways, this will be business as usual for us as far as the steps needed to run a regatta. Bronson will need some committee heads to step up and take a task. 
Here are a few positions that need to get set up pretty soon to establish the budget.

  • Registration (web based using Regatta Network and on-site registration and checklist items)
  • Meals (organize meals and establish a budget)
  • Sponsorships (Seek donations for beverages, give a-way swag and organize a raffle with prices)
  • Lodging chair (organize/negotiate group rates and provide assistance with registrations, reserve rooms for out of town PRO staff)
  • Trophies (provide trophy concept, pricing and when approved, execute trophy order, delivery to the event)
  • Welcome Party (organize parking areas, and ice breaker activities for sailing teams, work with Meals)

We already have tentatively selected a Regional PRO and a very qualified US Sailing Judge to preside over the racing. Bronson will organize the remainder of the Race Committee and continue to delegate/manage as we go along. More to come! Watch this space.

Flying Scots at the Whale of a Sail - results HERE

Egyptian Cup Regatta results here.  Photos from Michelle Stauffer here.

Get in on the fun. One of these Scots could be yours


Connect with the Fleet 83 forum -- HERE

Scots in pictures, 2019

A few pictures from this year. HERE.
Photos by John Cassada, Andrew Tasker, Tricia Ribaudo, Jill Rendleman, Michelle Stauffer.

  John Cassada photo
 
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Check out these
CSA/FnS golden oldies

Click here

Photos courtesy, Jim and Betty

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

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