Radio Control Yachting

We are publishing some of the top tips from the Radio Control Laser Community. This one comes from Ned Whiteley of  Victoria and explains how to repair the sail winch in 30 minutes at a cost of $14. How to Repair the Sail Winch on the RC Laser Step 1 Place tape around the bottom of the …

RC Lasers racing in the inaugural National Championships in 2009

Radio Control Laser 2015 Australian National Championships Date Announced Hold the press and get out your diary! The date for the 2015 RC Laser National Championships has been announced. The event will take place over the weekend of 29th – 30th August, 2015 and will be hosted in Sydney by Dobroyd RC Lasers. It’s expected …

2015 Radio Controlled Laser Yacht Championships location

2015 Radio Control Laser Championship of Nations The 2015 Radio Controlled Laser Yacht Championship in the Netherlands promises to be a great event and we are hoping many Australian Radio Controlled Laser Yacht sailors can participate in the regatta. Australia had two participants in the 2013 Radio Controlled Laser Yacht Championship of Nations held in Southport in the UK and …

Radio Controlled Yacht

The RC Laser is simple to sail and a challenge to race. And part of that challenge is getting your radio controlled yacht tuned for racing. Here, Jon Elmaleh, the designer of the RC Laser and champion radio controlled yacht sailor gives his tuning tips for your radio controlled yacht. With the 2015 RC Laser …

Improving the performance of your RC Laser

With summer racing at its peak, we thought it was a great time to re-introduce the downloadable guide on improving the performance of your RC Laser. Download The Guide – Making Your RC Laser Go Faster The guide was put together by a group of seasoned radio control yacht sailors, notably  Hugh Buckle, with advice from Cliff Bromiley, Graham …

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