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National Class E-Scow Association

The National Class E-Scow Association (NCESA) was founded in 1959 to promote the sport of E-Scow sailing.

It exists to serve all regions of the country where E-Scow sailing is pursued. There are three types of membership in the NCESA:
Boat-Owners, Regular, and Associate.

The NCESA is supported through membership fees. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization, and donations are tax deductable.

E-Scow class Scantling Rules are determined by Boat-Owner members, and require a 2/3 majority vote to pass a change in the rules.

We welcome your support and interest - Please visit often for the latest news.

News & Updates ["News Stories" menu choice to the left gives latest info]

Young Harry Melges IV Sailed a Perfect Blue Chip Regatta
Six races completed for the 2014 Blue Chip regatta and Harry Melges IV has a perfect score of 6 points. This is almost unheard of at a Blue Chip regatta read more>>
Penalty Box Productions
The full look at the 49th Blue Chip Regatta, stay tuned for a shortened highlight version. as well as full interviews with Jimmy Spithill, Brian Porter etc. watch video>>
Blue Chip Videos - here Mystery Guest Jimmy Spithill heads upwind
A page full of videos of the Blue Chip Regatta. Epic Blue Chip racing with winds in the 20's - and the usual gusty shifty difficult to handle puffs. watch videos>>
2014 National Championship Results
 Congratulations to Sam Rogers, Chrisy Hughes, Tony Jewett and Lynn Jewett
VIDEO of the 2014
Lake Geneva Spring Regatta
 Click here to see the Melges video of the Regatta.  watch video>>
VIDEO of the 2013
E National Championships
 Highlights from the 2013 E Scow National Championship held at Lake Geneva Yacht Club Sept. 6-8. 

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Calendar Updates for 2015

The 2015 Calendar is in the process of being updated. Please note the dates and locations are tentative until I get a confirmation from the region/club holding the event. 

I am asking that clubs get back to me before the end of January so that people can have some confidence the calendar is correct after January.

Thank you for your help and support.