flying scot sailing association
The Flying Scot Sailing Association (FSSA) is the class association of the Flying Scot, a 19 foot centerboard sloop used for both family day sailing and racing. The Flying Scot is one of the oldest and largest one-design sailboat classes in the world. The late Sandy Douglass designed and built the boat and raced it for many years and the Flying Scot was inducted in the American Sailboat Hall of Fame
in 1998. Our builder Harry Carpenter is a Life Member of our class and races regularly at his home club and in several regattas every year around the country. The FSSA is one of the strongest one-design class associations in the world. Strict adherence to the one design concept means that the Flying Scot built this year will remain compatible and competitive for years to come with newer as well as older boats. FSSA members are eligible to compete in district, regional, and national regattas.
Reminder to Flying Scot owners and Fleet 203 FSSA members to renew your FSSA membership for 2017. Here is the link to renew/join online. FSSA Membership