Massapoag Yacht Club is the home of Flying Scot Fleet 76, New England’s largest Flying Scot Fleet . Designed by the late Sandy Douglas the Flying Scot is a sturdy and versatile boat that provides comfort with a large cockpit as well as performance. MYC’s Flying Scot fleet members include family day sailors and enthusiatic racers. MYC’s facilities are well suited to its Flying Scots with ample mooring, dry sailing and dock space.
For racers Flying Scot Fleet 76 offers an active schedule from April to October. There are four Sunday race series and a Wednesday evening series. Also, MYC’s annual regatta in September is always a popular event for fleet members and our out of town guests.
Flying Scot Fleet 76 typically is well represented at district and national events. It is also well represented in the national Flying Scot Sailing Association as it is the home fleet of FSSA President Diane Kampf. In 2006 and again in 2012, Fleet 76 was awarded the prestigious Fleet of the Year Award by FSSA. In 1996 and again in 2011, Fleet 76 was awarded the Fleet One Trophy for the best fleet in the North American Championships.
Whether you are interested in racing or taking the family out for a relaxing day sail, then Flying Scot Fleet 76 at Massapoag Yacht Club is for you. For more information or to arrange for a sail aboard a fleet boat contact fleet captain Greg Kampf at email@example.com.
For more information on the Flying Scot, visit the Flying Scot Sailing Association website at http://fssa.com. For current Flying Scot owners who are not members of FSSA, you can join online or download the application at the FSSA website. For information on how to order a new Flying Scot or parts for your boat from our builder, Harry Carpenter at Flying Scot, Inc., visit the company website at http://flyingscot.com.