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At Eisenhower Park We sail every Wednesday and Saturday Mornings at 10:00 AM We sail Soling One Meter, ODOM, 36/600, 50/800 and Marblehead

These boats are not available from local Hobby Shops. Check the American Model Yacht Association for vendors or send e-mail to us

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NEXT MEETING
Our next meeting will be on
Monday October 13  2014, 7:30 PM.
We will be meeting at the same location; the Lannin House next to parking lot #6.
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More sailing rules will be discussed.




Posted 09/15/2014
 American Model Yacht Association


Boats we Sail

ODOM One Design One Meter
The ODOM is a one design radio controlled yacht one meter in length; 7 lbs 6 oz minimum weight; 600 square inches of sail area.


50/800 Marblehead
The M or Marblehead Class, sometimes called the "50/800", is a medium size high performance development class. with the main restrictions being a hull length of 50 inches and a sail area of 800 square inches.


Soling One Meter
The Soling One Meter is a low-cost, kit-based one-design class targeted toward getting new skippers and hobbyists involved in model yachting. Solings must be built from a kit available from a single manufacturer, Victor Model Products


36/600

The "36/600", is a high performance development class. with the main restrictions being a hull length of 36 inches and a sail area of 600 square inches.


Victoria

The Victoria One Design is a simple, affordable sailboat manufactured by the Thunder Tiger Model Company, and distributed world wide. The kit's low cost, ease of assembly, and good sailing characteristics make fun to sail and race. The Victoria One Design is tightly controlled in terms of sails, hull, fin, bulb, and rudder, while still allowing  variations in terms of the standing and running rig.