RC Laser Sailing Queensland

RC Laser Sailing Queensland 

Here you’ll find information about fleets and clubs sailing RC Lasers in Queensland. We update this page quite regularly and welcome contributions. If you have information about fleets and clubs sailing RC Lasers in Queensland, please get in contact with us so we can add the information to this page. 

RC Laser Sailing Gold Coast

The Paradise Radio Yacht Club (PRYC) on the Gold Coast, which is hosting the RC Laser Championship of Nations 2017,  has an excellent fleet. The sailing venue is Emerald Lakes 

Emerald Lakes is centrally located in the Gold Coast region. The estuarine lake is fed brackish water from the Nerang River and is therefore, free from freshwater ‘weed’. The sailing area has a north/south aspect and the adjacent large open parklands provide mostly uninterrupted air flow.

The Laser fleet sails on Wednesdays from 10.30 am to 3.00 pm.

First race starts at 11.00 am

For more information and contact phone numbers check out the Paradise Radio Yacht Club website http://www.pryc.com.au/index.php/classes-we-sail/rc-laser


Adjacent to beach and boat ramp @            
Lakeside Drive
Emerald Lakes Parklands                            


RC Laser Sailing on the Sunshine Coast

Club Kawana Radio Yachting is where you will find RC Laser sailing on the Sunshine Coast.  RC Lasers race on Wednesday and Sunday mornings. For further information check out the club website at www.ckry.org.au

The location is Lake Kawana, off Meridan Street, near Kawana Waters. Click here for more information about the location.

RC Laser Sailing Brisbane 

Pine Rivers Radio Yacht Club, hosts of the 2017 South East Queensland RC Laser Championships, sails at Lakeside Raceway at Narangbah Road,  Dakabin. Turn left at the Pine rivers Golf Club. 

Sailing is every 2nd Sunday staring at 10.00am. For more information contact Ray on hnasmith2 [at] bigpond.com

RC Laser Sailing Other Queensland Locations

For Further information about RC Laser sailing in other Queensland locations, check out the Queensland Radio Yachting website. 


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