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    • 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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Updated: January 1, 2014

 
 

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

Next Regattas
Valentine's Regatta, Palm Beach Gardens FL, Feb 21-22
Champions, Charleston SC
Mar 14-15
Liberty Bell, Mount Laurel NJ
Mar 28-29
St Pete, St Pete FL
Mar 28-29

  • YES, an EC12 can be built in one day. Read about it on the Discussion site.
  • Alan Perkins returns to winning form at Naples New Years Regatta.
  • Congratulations to Dick Hedderick on his win at Punta Gorda. That's 2 in a row plus the Region 7 Championship.
  • Jamey Betz continued his winning streak at FYBOR in Mount Laurel
  • Joe Walter won in a tie breaker over Alan Perkins at Sun City Hilton Head.
  • Jamey Betz is the 2014 EC12 National Champion. He beat out FIVE past Champs at Chicago Race Week.

 

Latest News

  • Updated version of Class Rules have been posted HERE.
  • The EC12 NCR results begin HERE.
  • All the NCR results at Chicago Race Week start 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.