A Scow

The largest, fastest, and most powerful of all the scows has enjoyed a resurgence in competitive racing since it was retooled in 1979. Although the same basic size and shape as the original 1890's boats, like the rest of the scows, it is now made of fiberglass and has all the modern, sophisticated rigging and gear needed to make this incredible boat perform and last for years. Clocked at over 25 MPH, this "rocket ship" is not for the novices. It requires practiced crew of 6 to handle this scow - the ultimate boat in scow racing. It is also possible to provide an unforgettable pleasure ride for 8-10 people in this scow.

Trophies and Winner History

Fleet Representative
Class A Scow
Bill Wyman

email: billwyman5@gmail.com

ILYA Class A Fleet Committee Bylaws

Links to A Fleet Information:
National Class A Scow Association (NCASA)
NCASA Facebook Page
Tuning Guide (Swept Spreader Rig)
A_Scow_Straight_Rig_Tuning_Guide.pdf

 

Length 38 feet
Beam 8 feet
Hull Fiberglass
Hull Wgt       1850 lbs.
Crew 6+

Sail Area

Main 350 sq.ft.
Jib 150 sq.ft.
Spinnaker    1200 sq.ft.
Spar Aluminum or Carbon Fiber
 


Felker Trophy

In the beginning...

eagle-cmyk

And now.

2016 ILYA Championships A Fleet - Lake Geneva Yacht Club

 A1 2

A3 4 

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