Tips for Building & Modifications for a Competitive Victoria
There are several modifications that we suggest if you wish to have a "race ready" Victoria.  Most of the information is available, along with links to three step-by-step guides to building the Victoria, on the Victoria Class Information Center website (click on Building under Resources on the left side of the page).

After you get the hull completed, you should consider carbon fiber spars and the purchase of commercial sails. Other than learning how to tune and sail your boat, we have found that these two modifications are the fastest way to get to the front of the fleet. Ray Sata's excellent step-by-step Victoria Tuning article is a great introduction to tuning your Victoria.

Good Luck with your project!  If you need help, contact any of the club officers and they will get you the information you need.

Related Links
The listing on this page of contact information for businesses that sale parts, kits, radios, and/or accessories for use in models yachting is for information purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement of these businesses, nor of the products sold by them, on the part of Harper Lake Model Yacht Club or its members.

R/C Transmitters & Servos
        Link to ServoCity website.

        Link to Tower Hobbies website.

Model Yachting Links

        American Model Yachting Association (AMYA)

        Official AMYA Victoria Class Website

       Official AMYA ODOM Class Website

       Official AMYA Dragon Force 65 Class Website

       Dragon Force 65 Class Users Website

       Dragon Force 65 Class US Distributor Website

        ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing 2009-2012

              Patrick Rynne's Basic Rules of Sailboat Racing Youtube Video