You can find a wealth of information on Remote Control Model Yachting on the Web. Here are a few links that we think may be helpful. Each link will open in a new window or tab.


Sailing and Model Yachting  
American Model Yachting Association A 40 year old, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the designing, building, racing, and preservation of all model sailing yachts, and membership is open to all who are interested in these activities. Their official classes of racing yachts cover the range from one foot to eight feet in length and from high tech developmental boats to affordable one designs. There really is something for every taste and skill level. The advantages of sailing a recognized class boat are the community of like-minded skippers and the depth of technical information and assistance they can provide.
 Canadian Radio Yachting Association The Canadian Radio Yachting Association is Canada’s governing authority for radio sailing.  As such it is a delegated member of the International Radio Sailing Association (IRSA). Besides being Canada’s radio sailing authority, and all the technical administration that comes with that authority, the CRYA brings together people from all parts of Canada to enjoy a sport that can be enjoyed by young and old.
Racing Rules of Sailing We follow the basic rules of sailing.  If you know how to sail, you can sail a RC model yacht!



Class Web Sites 

Soling 1Meter

The Soling One Meter Class is the largest class in the American Model Yachting Association (AMYA). The Soling One Meter is a kit-based one-design class scale-model boat based on the former Olympic-class keelboat of the same name. All hulls, decks, keels, and rudders are produced by a single manufacturer. This uniformity makes the Soling One Meter a one design class. One of the major goals of a one design class is to make all boats as equal as possible so who wins the race is based more on the ability of the skipper rather than on the boat itself.



The Soling One Meter C


East Coast 12 Meter (EC12)

The EC12 is a one-design radio controlled yacht about 59 inches in length, a mast standing 72 inches above the deck, supporting about 1300 square inches of sail and weighing around 24 pounds.
J Model Boats The J Class models are 1/16th scale hulls of the J Class yachts that sailed for the America´s Cup from 1930 through 1937 as well as the yachts that were converted to the J Class and competed with the America´s Cup yachts in club regattas. The models are the largest recognized class in the AMYA with hull lengths ranging from about 7 feet in length to 8 1/2 feet in length and weighing between 65 and 115 pounds.


Other Interesting Sites 
Commodores Inn The Commodores Inn is our gracious sponsor.  We are glad to have a fun and challenging private pond to sail on as well as a safe place to store our boats.
Stowe Area Association Thinking of visiting us in Stowe?  The Stowe Area Association web site can help you in finding fun things to do in the area when you are not sailing.


Boat Parts Suppliers
All Battery Batteries and chargers
Bolt Depot Stainless steel fasteners
Cabelas Nylon coated leader wire #129265 (also has swivels & snaps)
Du-Bro Servo connectors, linkage,
Hobby Link Variety of hobby supplies
Horizon Hobbies Radios, receivers, servos, misc. electronics
Long Beach RC Misc. fittings & wind indicators
M.A.C.K. Products Model Marine Models and misc. electronics
Midwest Products Precision building products
Midwestern Model Yachting Variety of hardware
Modelboatbits Wide variety of model boat parts
Northeastern Scale Lumber Precision Scale Hardwood
Pekabe Misc. deck and rigging fittings
Servo City Servos, electronic accessories, Actobotics
The AMYA suppliers List of many resources
Tower Hobbies Radios, receivers, servos, misc. electronics, kits
Victor Model Boats The Soling One Meter is a one design class built from the Victor Model Boat kit.
 Windjamin Sails  Soling 1M sails