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AquaCraft Models Atlantic II Electric Powered 2.4GHz Radio Controlled Ready-to-Run Harbor Tugboat

Harbor Workhorse

We all feel the ocean’s pull. Soothe that yearning for the smell of salt spray and cry of gulls with the AquaCraft Atlantic II Harbor Tug. This exceptional watercraft is thoroughly detailed and arrives outfitted for instant outings. Drop in the LiPo battery of your choice and get out on the water immediately with a fully-trimmed red on black hull, 2.4GHz radio, pre-installed motor, working LED lights, and tons of scale detail in every inch. With runtimes of up to an hour with recommended batteries, the Atlantic II is the perfect way to spend an afternoon down by the lake.                                                                                                                                                                Cabin, nav, spot and mast lights add even more scale detail to this exceptional model.                                                                                                                                                                                                       A protective rubber cap on the bow and rubber tires lining both sides of the boat enhance scale realism and cushion minor impacts.                                                                                                                             Real-life details — including fire extinguishers, life preservers, ladders, portholes and more — are factory-painted and installed for added authenticity.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The multi-level cabin doubles as a hatch that provides fast, easy access to all onboard electronics. Adding the recommended 11.1V LiPo battery gives the Atlantic II the capacity it needs for up to a full hour of easy sailing.                                                                                                       A large rudder and a 3-bladed brass propeller deliver smooth turns on command.                                                                                                                                      

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TTX491 4-Channel 2.4GHz Radio

Simple, straightforward and affordable, the TTX491 offers the ease of 2-stick control and two auxiliary channels for added functions. Servo reversing switches speed installation; digital trims let you customize performance and feel to your tastes. It comes with a 6-channel TR625 receiver. It features a push-button that creates an instant, unbreakable link between itself and your transmitter and prevents it from recognizing any transmitter except yours. Twin coaxial antenna ensure excellent signal clarity, even at the outer limits of the TR625’s range.

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Dependability-protected by the SLT Protocol.

The Atlantic II Tugboat includes:

1/72 Scale Radio Controlled Electric-Powered Almost-Ready-to-Run US Fletcher Class Destroyer Kit

Big, bold, beautiful-just like the originals.

Do you have what it takes to be a “Tin Can Sailor”? Tin Can Sailors fought the largest warships in the world with unarmored and lightly armed ships. Their Fletcher-Class Destroyers were tiny specks of metal on the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean… but their valor was legendary.                                                         AquaCraft honors that valor with this remote controlled 1/72 scale replica of a Fletcher-class Destroyer. Over five feet in length, this model is massive and incredibly detailed from the tops of the stacks to the twin counter-rotating propellers. Plus, you can actually sail it! Re-enact the Battle off Samar, where seven American destroyers turned back an entire Japanese Battle Group, or just enjoy the realism as you cruise for up to an hour on a single battery charge.                                                                                                                                                                                                            The Fletcher-Class Destroyer looks great on static display and even better on the water!                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The principal anti-submarine armament of any ship for decades, depth charges were simply massive drums of explosives set to explode at a pre-selected depth. Our Fletcher-class Destroyer includes four depth charge racks.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The amidships 40 mm AA mount and 5-inch turrets #3 and #4 remove easily to reveal a hatch for your radio and electronic gear. Look inside and you’ll see two pre-installed 550-size motors, ready to power you across the lake.                                                                                        This exceptional model arrives nearly ready to go, pre-painted and mostly pre-assembled. Put it on the included wooden display stand for an instant collection centerpiece or go the extra mile like a true Tin Canner; drop in your electronics and batteries, fire up the included motors, and sail it around the local lake!

Includes:

EP JETSTREAM 888 VE readyset

EP JETSTREAM 888 VE readyset                                                                                         

Experience the full force of 60km/h speed as soon as you open the box!
Serious offshore racer features auto-recovery from capsize function!                                                     Hit maximum speed of approximately 60km/h with 14.8V 4-cell Li-Po battery (sold separately). The high-performance EP Jet Stream 888VE Readyset features incremental changes and includes Kyosho’s high specification transmitter, receiver and rudder servo combination. In the event of capsize; weight balance is changed by water entering the ballast room to right the hull to its normal posture and automatically drain out allowing the boat to continue running. This unsinkable design removes the risk and worry of losing your boat if it flips over. The high-precision CNC aluminum intake rudder with bracket and the high-durability metal adjustable flaps with excellent wave resistance are retained while the R/C system is upgraded to the KS4031-06W waterproof servo that removes any concerns from flooding and delivers superior response with the Syncro KT-231P transmitter with 130m range for wider control and reliability. The high torque outrunner type brushless motor combines with the waterproof ORION 80A ESC to provide a racing boat experience like no other.                                                      

  • Pre-colored FRP factory assembled hull reaches speeds of 60km/h.
  • Newly designed high-power 80A Team Orion water-cooled ESC features cell auto-detect.
  • Pre-installed brushless outrunner water-cooled motor generates excellent torque characteristics.
  • Unsinkable self-righting structure.
  • Flip-up rudder design prevents damage if boat contacts an obstacle.
  • Equipped with combination turn fin and trim tab with adjustable angle.
  • Features stopper to prevent loss of shaft.
  • Includes drip proof rubber boots, aluminum servo mount, carbon nylon 3-blade propeller.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Features ballast compartments built into the sides of the hull that redistribute weight balance so the hull rights itself if capsized.                                                                                                                           Tilt angle of the machine cut CNC aluminum variable bracket can be adjusted. Bearing shaft support delivers high efficiency power transfer.                                                                                                         Brushless outrunner motor and waterproof 80A ESC are pre-installed. Optional ORION set box can to be used to adjust each setting.                                                                                                                             Features wire drive that produces optimal propeller angle. Machine cut CNC aluminum rudder features flip-up design to help avoid damage if contact is made.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Stylish 2.4GHz R/C system featuring dual rate function is pre-installed. Also features 4-channel receiver, providing scope for future development.

    < Readyset Contents >

    • Pre-colored fully assembled hull
    • Syncro KT-200 transmitter
    • Water-cooled brushless motor
    • Water-cooled 80A ESC
    • Wire joint drive unit
    • Duralumin water intake rudder unit
    • Boat stand
    • Spare propeller
    • Pre-installed 2.4GHz Synchro KT-231P R/C system

    < Required for Operation >

    • 3-4 cell 11.1V-14.8V-3,600-4,000mAh Li-Po battery (Super Plug specification/compatible size: L138xW42xH33)
    • Charger for Li-Po battery
    • Batteries for transmitter
    Technical Data
    Length 900mm
    Width 187mm
    Height 140mm
    Weight 1,780g (approx. installed 14.8V-1400mAh)
    Motor Brushless outruuner water-cooled Aqua Speed Pro BLS3744
    Battery 3-4 cell 11.1V-14.8V-3,600-4,000mAh Li-Po (Super Plug specification, sold separately)
    Screw Carbon-reinforced nylon D40 x P1.4 (3-blade)
    Amp Team Orion water-cooled 80A waterproof ESC
    Servo KS-4031-06W

      

VANTEX Explorer 1300GP260 FS-GT2 2.4G Transmitter High Speed 50km/h 26CC Gas Powered RC Racing Boat

If you love RC boat, you will never miss the VANTEX Explorer 1300GP260 RC boat. This boat is a wireless RC boat that is fast, fun and easy to use. Gas power provided a higher speed. It is a great racing boat at a great price. Get ready to enjoy it!                                                Features:
Deep-V hull design offers high speed and sharp turning
New copper plating flex shaft and shaft sleeve make transmission more smoothly
Enhanced engine heat sink
Enhanced carburetor offers sharp control for throttle
New waterproof radio box with perfect water seal and easy access
Optimized propeller offers significant higher speed
Clutch let the boat idle safely
High-quality aluminum alloy rudder by CNC machine offers sharp handling and durability
High-quality, prepainted fiberglass composite hull and canopy
Stainless steel screws and nuts
Custom boat stand included
Optional backup power system                                                                                                                             Specifications:
Brand name: VANTEX
Item name: Explorer 1300GP260 RC Boat
Radio: FS-GT2 2CH 2.4G pistol transmitter
Hull material: Fiberglass Composite(FRP)
Propeller size: D70 * P1.5
Power: 26cc Gas Engine
Remote distance: about 100-150m
Max speed: about 50km/h
Battery of receiver: 4 * 1.5V AA batteries (not included)
Battery of remote controller: 8 * 1.5V AA batteries (not included)
Item dimension: 1300 * 380 * 270mm (deviation due to manual measurement)
Item weight: 7126g

Package information:
Package size: 139 * 49 * 34.5cm / 54.8 * 19.3 * 13.6in
Package weight: 12280g / 27.1lb
General box package

Notice:
This RC model is not a toy and is not suitable for children under 14 years old.
Carefully read the instruction before any use, if you are a beginner, it’s advisable to be assisted by an experienced adult.

Package list:
1 * VANTEX Explorer 1300GP260 RC Boat
1 * FS-GT2 2.4G 2CH Transmitter
1 * Oil Tank
1 * Boat Rack Unit
1 * Tool set
1 * English Manual Set                                                                                                                                            800+ gadgets under $2 at LighTake.com!

Goolsky Vantex Challenger 1300BP (Flame) FS-GT2 2.4G Transmitter High Speed 60 km/h Electric RC Racing Boat

Features: New waterproof radio box with perfect water seal and easy access optimized propeller offers significant higher speed high-quality aluminum alloy rudder by cnc machine offers sharp handling and durability high-quality, pre-painted fiberglass composite hull and canopy stainless steel screws and nuts custom boat stand included specifications: Brand name: Vantex item name: Challenger rc boat radio: Fs-gt2 2ch 2.4g pistol transmitter hull material.                                                                                                                      Fiberglass composite(frp) propeller size: D70 * p1.5 motor: Ob5065-04 out runner brushless 650kv motor speed controller: Sc090b speed controller constant current: 90a burst current(10s): 180a bec mode: Switch bec output: 6v/3a water cooling pipe: Ø5mm remote distance: About 100-150m max speed: About 60km/h battery power: Suggest 22.2v 4500mah 25c lipo (not included) battery of remote controller: 8 * 1.5v AA batteries (not included) item dimension: 1270 * 350 * 250mm (deviation due to manual measurement) item weight: 4340g.                                                                                                                 Package information: Package size: 137 * 47 * 35cm/54.0 * 18.5 * 13.8in package weight: 9582g/21.1lb general box package notice: This rc model is not a toy and is not suitable for children under 14 years old. Carefully read the instruction before any use, if you are a beginner, it’s advisable to be assisted by an experienced adult. Package list: 1 * vantex challenger rc boat 1 * fs-gt2 2.4g 2ch transmitter 1 * boat rack unit 1 * tool set 1 * English manual set.                                                                                                                                                               If you love RC boat, you will never miss the VANTEX Challenger RC boat. This boat is a wireless RC boat that is fast, fun and easy to use. It uses advanced technology that can realize longer distance control. It is a great racing boat at a great price. Get ready to enjoy the fast and the furious.                                                                                                                                              http://

Pro Boat Blackjack Catamaran Brushless: RTR

From its deceiving size to its distinctive trim, the Blackjack™ 24 catamaran is sure to leave the competition stupefied. With its powerful 2000Kv brushless motor, 30A ESC and precision servo, this catamaran leaves more expensive boats in your wake.                                 Want to experience all catamaran boating can offer at full-throttle? Then look no further than the Blackjack™ 24. From its deceiving size down to its distinctive trim scheme, the Blackjack 24 comes ready to be your ace in the hole and to deliver the RC boating action you crave. Equipped with a formidable 2000Kv water-cooled motor and action ready Li-Po compatible 30-amp ESC, this 24-inch catamaran is sure to turn heads with the kind of power and speed that no one will see coming. So go all in, raise the stakes and claim your bounty with the Blackjack 24 catamaran.                                                                                                    

FEATURES

  • Capable of reaching speeds of 30 MPH with optional accessories
  • Equipped with a brushless 2000Kv water-cooled motor and 30A Li-Po compatible ESC
  • Includes 2.4GHz Pro Boat radio system
  • Off-set rudder system provides superb stability and keeps the Blackjack-24 glued to the water
  • Hull mounted waterproof steering servo
  • One piece internal electronics tray
  • Convenient drain plug
  • Waterproof electronics

SPECIFICATIONS

Length:
24 in (609.6mm)
Motor Size:
2000kV
Radio:
2.4GHz Transmitter, 2-Channel
Speed Control:
30A
Hull Material:
ABS
Trim Scheme Colors:
Red with black
Prop Size:
1.34 x 2.06 in (34 x 52mm)
Hull Type:
Catamaran
Battery:
(1) 7.4v 30C+ LiPo or (1) 11.1v 30C+ LiPo
Kit/RTR:
RTR
Scale:
24-inch
Drive System:
Flexshaft
Experience Level:
Intermediate
Recommended Environment:
Outdoor
Assembly Time:
Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required:
No

Remote Control RMS Titanic 72″ Limited w/LED Lights

1912

Titanic sinks                                                                                                                                  At 2:20 a.m. on April 15, 1912, the British ocean liner Titanic sinks into the North Atlantic Ocean about 400 miles south of Newfoundland, Canada. The massive ship, which carried 2,200 passengers and crew, had struck an iceberg two and half hours before.                                                                                                                                                                                    On April 10, the RMS Titanic, one of the largest and most luxurious ocean liners ever built, departed Southampton, England, on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. The Titanic was designed by the Irish shipbuilder William Pirrie and built in Belfast, and was thought to be the world’s fastest ship. It spanned 883 feet from stern to bow, and its hull was divided into 16 compartments that were presumed to be watertight. Because four of these compartments could be flooded without causing a critical loss of buoyancy, the Titanic was considered unsinkable. While leaving port, the ship came within a couple of feet of the steamer New York but passed safely by, causing a general sigh of relief from the passengers massed on the Titanic‘s decks. On its first journey across the highly competitive Atlantic ferry route, the ship carried some 2,200 passengers and crew.                                                                                                                                                             After stopping at Cherbourg, France, and Queenstown, Ireland, to pick up some final passengers, the massive vessel set out at full speed for New York City. However, just before midnight on April 14, the RMS Titanic failed to divert its course from an iceberg and ruptured at least five of its hull compartments. These compartments filled with water and pulled down the bow of the ship. Because the Titanic‘s compartments were not capped at the top, water from the ruptured compartments filled each succeeding compartment, causing the bow to sink and the stern to be raised up to an almost vertical position above the water. Then the Titanic broke in half, and, at about 2:20 a.m. on April 15, stern and bow sank to the ocean floor.                 

Because of a shortage of lifeboats and the lack of satisfactory emergency procedures, more than 1,500 people went down in the sinking ship or froze to death in the icy North Atlantic waters. Most of the 700 or so survivors were women and children. A number of notable American and British citizens died in the tragedy, including the noted British journalist William Thomas Stead and heirs to the Straus, Astor, and Guggenheim fortunes.

One hour and 20 minutes after Titanic went down, the Cunard liner Carpathia arrived. The survivors in the lifeboats were brought aboard, and a handful of others were pulled out of the water. It was later discovered that the Leyland liner Californian had been less than 20 miles away at the time of the accident but had failed to hear the Titanic‘s distress signals because its radio operator was off duty.                                                                                                    

Announcement of details of the tragedy led to outrage on both sides of the Atlantic. In the disaster’s aftermath, the first International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea was held in 1913. Rules were adopted requiring that every ship have lifeboat space for each person on board, and that lifeboat drills be held. An International Ice Patrol was established to monitor icebergs in the North Atlantic shipping lanes. It was also required that ships maintain a 24-hour radio watch.

On September 1, 1985, a joint U.S.-French expedition located the wreck of the Titanic lying on the ocean floor at a depth of about 13,000 feet. The ship was explored by manned and unmanned submersibles, which shed new light on the details of its sinking.                                                                                                   

Product Description

REMOTE CONTROLLED VERSION SOLD FULLY ASSEMBLED Ready for Immediate Display – Not a Model Ship kit Unmatched in elegance, detailing or craftsmanship, these opulent Limited Edition scale model RMS Titanic replicas are the museum-quality crown jewel of our fleet of RMS Titanic models. Enjoy the exquisitely crafted and delicate features abounding upon her decks, the grace and majesty of her carefully rendered lines, and the attention to every detail of this superlative model of history’s most famous ocean liner. Be swept away by the magnificent splendor and timeless allure of these RMS Titanic replicas.72 inch Long x 10 inch Wide x 24 inch High (1:212 scale) Wireless Controller included Built from scratch by master artisans High quality woods include cherry, birch, maple and rosewood Museum Quality features not available in other models or any kit Paint colors precisely matched to those of the RMS Titanic ships All windows and portholes exactly sized and positioned according to the original RMS Titanic construction plans Historical design and detailing of superstructure and hull Open promenade decks visible through superstructure windows Precise superstructure design and detailing Triple propeller design and accurate anchors Metal trussed crane booms with twin cables and pulleys on cargo hooks Detailed, separate lattice grates on all ducts and vents Metal slat deck benches rather than solid carved wood Finely-crafted wire maintenance ladders ascend smokestacks Meticulous painting to accurately match the actual RMS Titanic Amazing Details, including: Lifeboats hung from launching davits Rigging and stay-lines on all…                                                Credits:http://www.history.com/                                                                                                                   

RC Aircraft Carrier Guided missile Destroyer Remote control Boat & Ship

A guided-missile destroyer is a destroyer designed to launch guided missiles. Many are also equipped to carry out anti-submarines, anti-aircraft, and anti-surface operations. The NATO standard designation for these vessels is DDG. Nations vary in their use of destroyer D designation in their hull pennant numbering, either prefixing, or dropping it altogether. The U.S. Navy has adopted the classification DDG in the American hull classification system.                                                                              4CH Electric RC Aircraft Carrier Guided missile Destroyer Remote control Boat & Ship 80 meters super big rc boat Military Toys                                                                                In addition to the guns, a guided-missile destroyer is usually equipped with two large missile magazines, usually in vertical-launch cells. Some guided-missile destroyers contain powerful radar systems, such as the United States’ Aegis Combat System, and may be adopted for use in an anti-missile or ballistic-missile defense role. This is especially true of navies that no longer operate cruisers, as other vessels must be adopted to fill in the gap.                                                                                                                                   

Product Description

Item specifics
Features: Remote Control,Flashing
Type: Boat & Ship
State of Assembly: Ready-to-Go
Action Time: 25 minutes
Warning: None
Brand Name: SZ star
Age Range: 5-7 Years,8-11 Years,12-15 Years,Grownups,> 8 years old,> 14 years old,> 6 years old
Remote Control: Yes
Design: Aircraft Carrier
Controller Mode: MODE2
Max Speed: 6km / h
Dimensions: 78x21x10cm
Charging Time: 6 hours
Remote Distance: 80 meters
Material: Metal,Plastic
Power Source: Electric
Charging Voltage: 110/220V
Control Channels: 4 Channels
Model Number: TH112                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Item Description:Product Name: Destroyer
Model Scale: 1: 275
Maximum speed: 6km / h
Hull Dimensions: 78x21x10cm
Box size: 82x25x18.5cm
Package weight: 2.8kg
Remote distance: 80 meters
Rechargeable Battery: 7.2V 800mAh
Charging time: 6 hours
Time: 25 minutes
Product features: forward, backward, turn left, turn right, lightingItem Package List:

Destroyer x1
Remote control x1
Antenna x1
Rechargeable battery x1
Charger x1
Bracket x1
Manual x1

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Voracity Type E 36-inch Deep-V Brushless: RTR

Satisfy your craving for speed and precision with the Voracity™-E 36 Brushless Deep-V. Sitting beneath the sleek trim scheme and canopy of the Voracity™-E Brushless Deep-V you’ll find a water-cooled 120A ESC and a fierce 6-pole 1650Kv 40x82mm brushless motor. This unbeatable combination sits atop a hand-laid Deep-V fiberglass hull that has been optimized for peak performance, even in rough conditions. Push the speed envelope and give the competition a run for their money on the open water today.              boat32

FEATURES

The Hull of Fame – Fast Electric

In over a decade of my Radio Control Boating experience, I have come in contact with many different Fast Electric boats. I can remember the days of charging up my NiCD packs in anticipation of a solid day of boating. Then one day there were an overwhelming amount of people switching to the newer NiMh battery technology. NiMh proved as a solid performer for many years to come. Then to every RC maniacs dreams, LiPo’s were born. This technology in batteries have given RC in general one of the biggest uproar. It allowed a much greater overall power system to be used in any RC imaginable.

Now in the boating community this was very big news. Boats take a tremendous amount of power to drive them at speeds that a typical RC car would travel at. This need for extreme power was the result of intense amounts of drag for any object moving through water. This shouldn’t come as  a surprise, when was the last time you changed your disk brakes on a boat? Yep boats don’t have brakes, it feels as if they have permanent anchors.

Before the battery technology and brushless technology that we currently have today, it was difficult to get a Ready to Run boat that traveled faster then 40 km/h. In most cases, when you did have a boat that was in that range of speed, it had to have 2 brushed motors running to the same prop shaft, running off of multiple cells and through an awkward transmission coupling it all together.

It wasn’t until the very first Mainstream boat was introduced that we started seeing some excellent performance numbers that changed the Ready to Run boating market.

The Hull of Fame – Fast Electric

The boat that enters the hull of fame at RadioControlInfo is one that every enthusiast will remember. It was the first mainstream brushless boat that could really benefit from LiPo’s, but many were still using top notch NiMh packs with great success.

Entering the hull of fame is the Aquacraft Supervee 27 RTR.

This Boat sold well before it even hit stores, it was well marketed, well designed, and well built. Many popular features were built in to the boat to ensure that it performed well, we will first start with the hull itself.boat23

Why the Supervee “27” – The Hull of Fame

The Supervee 27 was called the Supervee “27” as the hull length was based around being 27 inches in length. This was an important part of the design as size did matter. A hull under performs if the length is too small, but here’s the catch. The hull also under performs if the boat is sized to long. The under performance changes in each case where a smaller hull will suffer in the handling department and a hull that is sized too large for its power system will suffer in its power and performance department. In order to get this correctly, it takes a precisely selected hull length. boat24

Running Hardware – The Hull of Fame

Blue anodized running hardware was nailed to the back of this hull. The blue colour looks great, and the sizing of each individual component was well determined and affected the handling performance in a very positive way. Now since there’s so many good things about this boat to talk about, let’s hurry up and get over the one issue that this boat suffered from. Water cooling. Yep, that’s it. Now did it matter? Mine ran no problem with the limited amount of water that circulated through the cooling system.  The problem was found to be in the aluminum rudder of this hull and Aquacraft corrected this problem in a later version of this hull. Now that we are over that one hurdle, let’s move in to the power system.                       boat25

Welcome to Brushless Power – The Hull of Fame

Aquacraft dropped in the best power plant that a high volume RTR hull has seen in all of fast electric boating history,  making every father shake in his shoes while driving one of these.  Pop open the cowl on this boat and you will find a 3/4 horsepower electric motor. It isn’t just any motor, it’s a brushless motor.  Brushless motors at the time were relatively new to people and the 3 wires coming out of the can on this motor would confuse many people. I remember the countless threads titled ” which motor wire connects to which ESC wire?” This just goes to show the lack of experience in brushless motors in that particular time. Not many people seen them in boats before, especially RTR boats.                                                           boat26

Electronic Speed Control – The Hull of Fame

The component responsible for delivering battery power to the motor was an ESC (Electronic Speed Control) that was still designed around NiMh batteries. The only reason one could not use LiPo’s was because of the lack for an appropriate low voltage cutoff built in to the ESC. If you wanted to run the boat on LiPo’s you would simply have to time your run and bring the hull in after a certain time period or purchase a 3rd party device that would incorporate a lower voltage cutoff. Timing your run is something that I talk about a lot in the build a fast electric boat part of the website, and is something that every boater should be doing in good practice. When performed correctly this is a guaranteed way of preventing any over discharging of the batteries.                                                                                                    boat27

Putting it all together – The Hull of Fame

When putting it all together, this hull sold for approximately 300 USD. At this price point it was a very good deal, especially for something this advanced in the boating market. No other Mass produced radio control boat had all of these features combined in to one solid package.

What did you get in terms of performance? Well, quite  a handful. The handling characteristics of this 27 inch long hull was very good considering the speed you could achieve. Among many things, cornering felt smooth and predictable. Tight turning radius’ were possible at 70% speed which offered excellent control. This however was only possible during a right hand turn. Due to the nature of racing, our RC models at a race circuit will only make right hand turns and keeping this consistent, the Supervee 27 was only fitted with a right hand turn fin which did not allow for aggressive left hand turning performance. The overall speed of this boat heavily outweighed this small minute obstacle.  With 64km/h speeds possible, this boat was a handful. Even with NiMh packs, maintaining over 55km/h was entirely possible.

Paving the Road in to the Future – The Hull of Fame

Aquacraft Models whether they knew it or not paved the road for companies to jump on board the Ready to Run High performance Radio Control boating market. Looking at what we have available now is surely different in terms of variety then it was just 7 or so years ago.  Someone had to break the ice and it did not take long until there were Supervee’s buzzing around the lakes and ponds right after that ice starts to separate.                                                                                                                                                                         Credits:  Ryan http://www.radiocontrolinfo.com/   http://