• The EC12 is a one-design radio controlled yacht about 59 inches in length, a mast standing 72 inches above the deck, supporting about 1300 square inches of sail and weighing around 24 pounds
    • The class is one the premier R/C Yachts in the American Model Yachting Association. The Class is well organized energetic and active with over 400 members hosting over 20 two-day sailing regatta throughout the East Coast and the Midwest. The posted sailing schedule is 12 months a year. Local clubs offer additional weekly and monthly club events.
    • The group is eager and quick to share building tips, resources and help. But be prepared, the websites are photo-intensive. Welcome to the group, we're anxious to get to know you.


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An Informational Class Newsletter

Updated: February 15, 2021


Local Club Monthly Events...

This is a rolling 30-day listing of EC12 one day regattas reported to the class by local organizers.


Event Info...

Class Sailing Schedule

We are working on
the 2021 schedule.
We need host clubs to check
the dates and get back
to Tom Phillips ASAP.
Click HERE

Full Nationals in the latest Newsletter.

2021 NCR will be at The Villages, FL
November 11-13

  • Reichard Kahle passes Peter "ThreePete" Feldman to win the Valentines Regatta by just 2 points in Palm Beach Gardens.
  • Ramos wins again at FYBOR X in Mount Laurel NJ.
  • Dave Ramos won the Hagerstown Regatta
  • Will Van Cleef won the Wisteria Cup in Charleston SC.
  • Congratulations to Peter "ThreePete" Feldman on winning the National Championship in Queenstown MD.
  • Dr. Jarl Wathne won in a drifter at the Liberty Bell in Mt Laurel NJ.
  • Dave Ramos won the 2020 Mid Atlantic MYC Season Opener regatta.
  • Congratulations to Danny Thomas on another come from behind win at the Champions Regatta.


Latest News

  • The 2021 tentative schedule has been posted. HERE!
  • 2019 NCR in Stowe VT site is HERE
  • Updated version of Class Rules have been posted HERE.
  • New Class Measurement Certification Policy is posted HERE.
  • Be sure to get your entries in for the upcoming regattas.
  • National Seeding List and recommendations for running multi-fleet regattas. Read here.