The RC Laser sailboat is often called a “Boat in a Bag.” No construction necessary and it’s ready to sail in under 5 minutes! Only the best!
It turned out to be a very short sail yesterday aboard “Dr. Heeks,” a J/24 that races around the buoys on Sunday mornings on Canandaigua Lake. On the third leg of the first race, a skipper who has a longstanding local reputation for his occasionally blatant but often general disregard for the Racing Rules of […]
A group of sailors from around the Rochester, NY area with radio controlled model RC Laser sailboats who meet at Canandaigua Lake on Sunday afternoons have now launched a web site. The address is http://www.rcsailors.com and everyone with a remote control sailboat is welcomed to come out and join in on the action.
Below is an article that is being sent to the Canandaigua Yacht Club’s newsletter for consideration for use in the Aug. 1 edition. A group of members have now purchased three RC (remote control) One Design Laser sailboats and there are two more to be ordered (this week, hopefully) and a couple of other people […]
How can the only boat that starts a race end up in forth place? I raced in Canandaigua Yacht Club’s 75th Anniversary History Regatta a few weeks ago, sailing my 2.4 Meter. The race was pretty neat. It took the fleet from the starting line in front of the club, down Canandaigua Lake and around marks […]
Canandaigua Tornado, originally uploaded to Flickr by SailorBill. Boats everywhere! An EF1 tornado scored a direct hit on the grounds of the Canandaigua Yacht Club in Canandaigua, NY on Saturday afternoon, August 29, 2009. There are trees down everywhere. Power lines were also down because the poles had been snapped in half. Several boats were sunk […]