Our Flying Scot sails continue to be proven as the fastest and easiest to trim sails in the class. Our Flying Scot experts are continually developing better performing products, while also supporting Scot sailors with personalized service and clinics to help you sail faster and have more fun! We are available with help and advice at all major events and many local regattas. We also offer clinics, and we’re happy to answer questions with a quick call or email. No other sailmaker provides as much support, expertise, and service to the Flying Scot class as the North Sails Flying Scot team.
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The latest North design, the RHC main has won more major regattas,since it's introduction in 2014, than any other sail over that time period. Sailors using the RHC main have won the past 3 North American championships and the past 3 Midwinters. The RHC was developed, using the AP Main designed shape, to be a superior sail in all wind...
The North AP mainsail for the Flying Scot has a slightly flatter lower luff area to reduce backwind in light to medium winds. The upper sections sets a bit deeper in windier conditions, than the RHC main, which adds power and can add to pointing ability in some conditions with a heavy crew. The AP main was the workhorse in...
The Recreational main is built out of our exclusive NorDac 6.0oz Dacron sailcloth. This cloth has been used on thousands of cruising and daysailing sails. We have designed it to be easy to trim with good light air performance and a reef to help on those heavy air days.
As the sail that has been used to win the 2014, 2015 and 2016 NACs and Midwinters the Snug Rig jib (and Snug Rig tuning system) have proven to be the class standard as the proven winning combination for Scot sailors. The sail was developed for Scot sailors who like sailing with rig tension that has a consistent amount of...
The Loose Rig Jib is designed for the "Sloppy Rig" tuning setup. A tried and true performer built from low stretch durable hard finish 3.8 oz fabric, it sets up best when the rig is tuned with 3" of play fore and aft.This jib is ideal for Scot sailors who want the ability to "Change Gears" through mainsheet trim.
This jib is the fullest and most powerful in the North lineup, and it is designed to be sailed on a much tighter rig tune. Ideally the tension gauge should read 220-250 lbs. when measured on the forestay. A full entry gives this jib the widest and most forgiving groove. The Tight Rig Jib is perfect for those who sail...
The North Sails Flying Scot Recreational jib is built out of North Sails exclusive NorDac 6.0oz performance Dacron sailcloth. Engineered and built by North Sails, this cloth has been used on thousands of cruising and day sailing sails built by North Sails over the past several years. Using North's proprietary design program we have designed the sail to be easy...
Our full radial BR-1 Flying Scot spinnaker has proven to be, hands down, the fastest, most durable and easiest to trim sail ever designed for the Flying Scot. The sail has won at least 10 NACs and Midewinters including the most recent 3 of both. The BR-1 is designed so all the panels of teh sail are fully aligned with...
Flying Scot Top Cover
Constructed using rugged 12 oz premium polyester 900D fabric, North Sails boat covers will give you piece of mind when storing your Flying Scot or taking it on the road.
Flying Scot Hull Cover
Protect your Flying Scot when taking it on the road. Constructed using rugged 12 oz premium polyester 900D fabric, North Sails boat covers will give you piece of mind when storing your Flying Scot or taking it on the road.
Flying Scot Spinnaker Shelf
Flying Scot Boom Whoopie
The North Sails light weight boom whoopie is an easy to install option as a mainsheet sag preventer. Installed with strong, double sided adhesive tape it keeps the slack mainsheet from catching on cleats and people during jibes and anytime the mainsheet is slack.