The MC Sailing Association is providing a one day instructional seminar on setting up, tuning, and racing the MC to all members & non-members of the class. The instructors are past MC champions & professionals who are sharing their extensive knowledge of racing the MC with you in a casual, fun atmosphere, ultimately making individuals better sailors by encouraging the enjoyment of the sport of MC sailing to the fullest. The MC Sailing Association thanks you for your support. We encourage non-members to consider joining our community.
2020 MC SCOW NATIONALS
Chapman Petersen held up under the pressure on the final day of the 2019 US Sailing Youth Champs in the Laser Radial division. On the last day of competition at Little Egg Harbor, Chapman received a U-Flag Penalty in the first race, putting the silver into question....
MC SCOW – PETE STROTHMAN, GRADY STROTHMAN, BO STROTHMAN, ELLE STROTHMAN C SCOW – ANDY BURDICK, FINN BURDICK, FINN GERARD E SCOW – HARRY MELGES IV, HARRY MELGES III, SUZANNE MELGES PHOTO BY STEVE BERNSTEINread more
As only one of two high school freshman who qualified for the event, Chapman Petersen (The Hotchkiss School) competed in the Cressy High School Singlehanded Nationals and finished a very strong 2nd place out of 18 sailors. The event was hosted by...read more
From Scowlines: Peter Strothman was awarded for his consistent performance at the ILYA Champs MC Fleet at Upper Minnetonka. Peter is the third recipient in the Strothman Family to receive this most prestigious award. Peter's father Jack won in the D class...read more
Both Andy and Harry have decades of success with major regatta wins, including countless Inland Championships, National and World titles. Results aside, they both have done so much for our sport by sharing their experience and knowledge both on and off the...read more
November 2-4 Harry Melges IV and Finn Rowe traveled to Miami on an invitation to compete in this Red Bull youth event. Only 16 teams of the top youth sailors in the US were invited to race in this highly competitive event for ages 16-20. The boats sailed...read more
On June 30th 2019 a major storm ripped across Lake Geneva towards the Lake Geneva Yacht Club. Wind in excess of 50 MPH hammered the southern shore creating havoc on the piers. The east pier at the Lake Geneva Yacht Club suffered extensive damage with 99% of the boards being tossed around.
More than 30 members, neighbors, employees braved the wind and rain to put the pier back together again. This was no small feat, and without the assistance, this fourth of July week may have looked quite a bit different.
Take a look at the time lapse as the storm rolls in, the aftermath, and the rebuild, truly impressive. Thank you to all who helped.