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Published 11.08.2014 | Author : admin | Category : Wood Boat Plans

We have put this page together so that you are up to date with what is going on in the world of RC Lasers, not only in Abersoch but also UK and world wide.
Yesterday saw another National TT event take place at the brilliant Fleetwood location and boy did it live up to its reputation. Congratulations to all that took part in the event in some trying conditions, gear failures were minimal through the day with only one boat not completeing the days racing. The next National TT is at Eastbourne on 1st September but keep an eye on the UKRCLA website if you intend to travel any distance for this event as it has been cancelled for the last few years. The next Northern date is this coming Sunday at Lytham with details on the UKRCLA website. There is also a new link on our links page to The Southwater Dabblers MBC, based near Horsham they have a very good website and lots of useful info on the many classes of yacht that they sail there, also lots of good general info too.
Going forward there are still 5 of the National TT events to run before the series draws to a close, next weekend 10th & 11th August sees a North South double header with Saturday in Chichester Harbour and Sunday at the prestigious Fleetwood venue. There are also three events in the Northern District Summer Series to run details of which can be found on the UKRCLA website, this has been a hotly contested series so far this year with several different winners at the events.
If you haven't raced your RC Laser yet then you really are missing out and what is usually an amazingly good day's racing. As usual we still have a multitude of spares and accessories for your RC Laser and if you need anything from a mainsheet eye to a new boat just give us a call or drop Tim an email.
Well there has been a bit of a gap in service over the last two weeks, it is all explained under the latest news heading on the right hand side. Nationals at Gosport - Well it looks like being a great weekend of sailing for those attending the RC Laser Nationals at Gosport this coming weekend. To all those that are competing (31 so far) have a great weekend and best of luck from us here at the boatyard. I'm sure if you wanted to enter the organisers would probably allow you to do so, clicky here to take a look at the info page on the UKRCLA website. Having thought of nearly everything for your RC Laser we have now decided to offer slider balls too.
On another note, as you'll probably be aware it has come to light recently that there have been some unsavoury goings on with the full size Laser and it's production and royalty payments to the designer Bruce Kirby. Not much to report really, I haven't sailed for quite a while now as Mrs Boatyard is due to give birth to our first child soon so I've been busy sorting things out for our new arrival. Way back on the 19th Feb I put a link on this page to the instructions for our braid upgrade kit, however it does seem to have become a little lost amongst all our other news so just for you I have pinned it to the RC Laser Stuff menu on the left.
Some weeks ago we were asked to put on a demonstration and talk about the RC Laser, how to set up a club and the MYA at Budworth Sailing Club. So last Thursday we trundled up to Cheshire and spent a goo few hours with the enthusiastic guys and girls at Budworth. The club has an excellent water to use along with first rate facilities for model yachting along similar lines to West Lancs SC with great parking, off the water facilities (including a bar).
If you are interested in sailing your RC Laser as a radio section member of the club please contact the Vice Commodore Roger Barnes who will keep you abreast of any developments. For more info on Budworth SC please click here Below is a photo of the sailing from last Thursday evening. Just a quick update on a few things, our RC Laser supplies have been replenished again and we have everything you could possibly need in stock, from a boom slider to a full on race ready package so you can take on the world with your RC Laser. In the meantime we can produce RG65 components from rudders to deck mouldings too, so if you are building an RG65 yourself we can provide you with those tricky parts. Well after a bit of a patchy supply period it seems that the world of RC Lasers at Abersoch Boatyard Services is well and truly back on track. Since it all arrived we have built boats to be sent all over the world, from Australia to Bristol, Saudi Arabia to Fleetwood we can send boats anywhere you like.
Second Hand RC Laser for sale - The boat that got Tim started in RC Lasers is up for sale, check out our Buy an RC Laser page for details. A hectic few weeks again with a trip out to the Nuremburg toy fair to take a look at the new Dragon Force RG65 which we will be stocking once it arrives in May along with the spares and two other rig options. The Radio Sailing pool at the Dinghy Show in full swing with Skandia Team GBR sailors Annie Lush & Kate Macgregor having a race. As well as all that we are expecting an imminent delivery of new RC Lasers, spares and sails which should be with us by next weekend, so if there is anything that you need during this early season period please drop us a line and let us know.
London Boatshow - The office will be closed for a week as of today (Friday) as Tim is off to the London Boatshow to look after the model yachting pool as part of his role as MYA Publicity Officer. We have sent our last RC Laser shipments out today, we will be taking orders as usual over the festive period and we will post out what we can using Royal Mail however if you need sails or other bits we will not be sending these until the first week in January when we can be assured of prompt courier service. Have a great Christmas and New Year and enjoy any sailing you can get in during that time in preparation for the 2013 season. Meantime we are still open 5 (ish) days a week for all your RC Laser needs, from a new boat to a boom slide, we have it all in stock and can ship it out to you in timely fashion.
Our range of battery packs and chargers suited to RC Lasering are selling well and the packs plug straight in to your boat harness without the need for any adaptor leads. If you are attending the AGM and need some spares please let us know in advance and we can deliver them to the venue and save you a few pounds on P&P! Tim is out and about racing in the ND Winter series and he also managed a good third place in the ND Championship at Fleetwood a couple of weeks ago in some pretty hairy conditions. Remember it is winter now and we might see some strong breeze to race in so if you haven't already done so take 5 minutes to make sure that your boat is waterproofed up.
Tims tip is get a good squidge of Vaseline under the winch drum and the rudder servo arm which will squeeze out and keep everything under it dry. That should keep your boat safe from watery ingress, but remember that once you have sailed it is a good idea to air your boat in a warmish place so that any moisture that may have got in will be gone for the next time you sail. Perhaps see you at Fairhaven this weekend for the 4th race in the ND Winter series, or maybe next weekend at the MYA AGM.
There will be a trade show starting at 10am with suppliers of all things model racing yacht on display, we'll be there flying the RC Laser flag along with Andy Kissick and Dave Fowler so pop along and see us, it would be nice to meet some of the guys we have supplied boats, parts and accessories to. The AGM will then happen during the afternoon when there will also be a bar which we are assured will be open! It is in a good central location so there shouldn't be any reason not to attend, we'll see you there for a chat and possibly a pint or two! As you've probably realised by now here at the boatyard we always enjoy a new bit of tech, so in preparation for last weekends Northern District championships I invested in a new tx mitt, a Turnigy product that looked like the bees knees and looked warm enough to keep my hands functioning in the cold and waterproof enough to keep my tx in working order.
Indeed my hands were kept warm for the day however the waterproofness of the mitt did leave a bit to be desired and caused a rudder malfunction due to the ropey design. As you can see the design flaw is the slot where the neck strap is fitted, admittedly it was a horrendous day for RC Lasering with 40mph breeze and rain to match, however I would have expected the mitt to do its job and I was a little disappointed to have missed the last two races of the day because of it.
We are back in the office and have a couple of RC Laser orders to dispatch over the next few days. Well I have just about recovered from the Nationals weekend, and what a fantastic weekend it was, the sun shone all weekend, there was some breeze at times and the whole event was very well organised by Ayr Bay MYC so many many thanks to them for such a well run event at such a great sailing location. As we arrived "pondside" on Saturday morning it was clear that the day would be one of light and variable breeze which was exactly how it worked out!
It must be mentioned though that the conditions on Saturday didn't suit everyone with some of the top Northern District sailors only just making the top ten by the end of Saturdays sailing. There was then the obligatory social on Saturday evening at The Bowfield which was very well attended. Sunday had been forecast to be a breezy old day, however in the end we had similar conditions to Saturday and A rigs prevailed through most of the day apart from the odd race towards the end of the day when the B rig came out. The racing was pretty similar too with JT and Dave making much of the running, but again John Sharman took a couple of bullets and did well through the day. Towards lunchtime there was a big windshift which caused an early lunch and a rejig of the course for the afternoon which meant that the course was sailed with the windward mark quite some distance from the shoreline which caused numerous collisions and missed marks during the afternoon, even for the top sailors. The last race saw RC Laser fleet newcomer Brian Holland of the growing Abersoch fleet find some excellent form to finish the championship on a high with a third place in an A fleet race, no mean feat with such a high calibre of skippers. A thoroughly enjoyable weekend with a great bunch of skippers a well organised race team and a superb location with all facilities nearby. The Nationals are just over a week away, if you haven't already entered it would be a good idea to do so as it will give the organisers, Ayr Bay MYC, more time to get everything sorted so that the event runs smoothly.
New Digger RG65 - We have now completed the second prototype boat in a carbon glass layup and we are quite happy with it. New Boat Package - Well now that we are fully stocked up with RC Lasers, sails and spares we have decided to offer another boat package and refine the Racer Pack slightly. If you are a seasoned RC sailor and you already have your own Tx & Rx, we can supply packages without these items. Good News - We will have new boats, A and D sails in stock as from the middle of next week.
Last minute practice sailing in a large fleet can be had at the National TT event at Eastbourne at the end of August, the Northern District TT at Fairhaven Lake on the 2nd September and now there is another date, and this one only happens every 20 years so as RC Laser sailers we are very priviliged to have an invite. Preston Guild is held every 20yrs as a celebration of a Charter granted in 1179 by King Henry ll to organise and controll Merchants in the Borough of Preston. I think this will be well worth the trip, either from near or far, the chance to sail at this great venue is not to be missed in itself, but the chance to win a trophy as well having a nil entry fee make it all the more attractive.
As the competitors arrived under the big blue crane at Preston Dock the weather was threatening not to play ball and although the sky was as blue as the crane there were some very ominous black clouds gathering not too far away and there was a distinct lack of wind.


Series organiser Andy Kissick lead the way round the first race followed by Tim Long, Adam Kissick and Peter Iles. The rest of the morning saw the honours shared between Andy K, Adam K and Shaun H with Bob Pendry taking a good third place in race 4 and Tim L stringing together a few reasonable results before a break for lunch was called in almost becalmed conditions.
The afternoon was dominated by Shaun H who told us he hasn't had his Laser on the water since January although there were also wins for Tim L and Adam K during the session which saw the wind fill, if very lightly, from the seaward end of the dock to allow a reasonable course to be set. After a total of 12 races the marks were recovered, boats packed away and prizes handed out to everyone who turned up. With the Nationals now less than 7 weeks away the Northern (and Welsh) contingent will be a tough crowd to beat. RC Laser for sale on Ebay - This could be a good buy for someone, although be aware that the hull has been painted and is therefore not class legal. The day dawned as still as could be as competitors gathered at the lakeside, some had travelled from as far as the Midlands and North Wales which just shows the popularity that the series is gaining. The first few races were just one lap of a longer course and were a good way to get into the days sailing in breeze that was not entirely sure where it wanted to be coming from.
True to form Dave Fowler was, after a weedy start to the first race, top of the tree with a number of bullets from the mornings races with Adam and Andy Kissick putting in good performances too. After a lunch break in the now glorious sunshine the wind had filled more and there was a consensus amongst the skippers that the B rig was the way forward for the first race of the afternoon. There was a good amount of indescision during the afternoons racing as the wind built and died, leading to quite a few sail changes, however the skippers that stayed with the B rig won through and were able to dial in the right settings race after race. At the end of the day with 14 races run the marks were collected boats packed away and results collated which were as follows. Congratulations to all the skippers that turned up and raced, everyone had improved by the end of the day and the Northern District will be a force to be reckoned with at the upcoming Nationals! National TT Series gets another date - it looks like the remaining rounds of the National TT will be held down south with the July TT in Poole and a new venue for the August TT of Eastbourne.
New Boats - Update - Well it looks like a further delay in new boats being available in the UK with the production switch taking more time than initially thought. They will go through our workshop and be re rigged to our spec and offered for sale with a little discount.
We still have almost every spare available for your RC Laser, so if you need anything at all give Tim a call. National Championships Castle Semple - 22 - 23 September - Entries for the Nationals are coming in steadily and if you haven't yet entered now's the time to do so. I have spoken to a good few people who have sailed at Castle Semple just outside Glasgow who have said that the venue is excellent and well worth the trip up to Scotland for. Take some wellies as the sailing area has been known to become soft underfoot, and also take some midge repellent, because it is Scotland in September! Successful National TT event at Fleetwood - Tim arrived an hour ahead of the rest of the skippers and took advantage of the blustery conditions to take a walk on the front and check out the sailing area.
Only five or six skippers had emailled entries so it could have been a slow day, but by the time we were ready for a briefing there were about 16 skippers assembled and raring to go. The morning races were held in D and C conditions and there were only two winners all day, current National Champ Dave Fowler and Adam Kissick, both of whom sailed well in the conditions. Lunch break saw a welcome rest in concentration levels and the wind had started to drop away which led to sail changes and a mixed fleet of B and C rigs for the afternoon. As was the story for the morning there was nothing to call between Dave and Adam during the afternoon, Tim had a winch problem which meant he missed two races, Skip continued well and young legs Jordan Porter sailed very well getting the tuning of his B rig spot on and putting in some good results too, although there was still the odd gust that caught people out the majority of the fleet sailed in B rigs.
It was a very close call on the first place for the day but Dave took it by a point from Adam with Skip in third and Tim in fourth. A big thank you to the organising club Fleetwood and also the tea makers, race officials and also the competitors who had travelled from far and wide to take part in a great days sailing in a good mix of conditions.
Things are getting a little easier here at Boatyard HQ, Emily is now home and I'm able to do a bit more regular work. As I mentioned above, the yard seems to be running well and a busy kick off at Easter gave you guys a great start to your season with most people leaving after the Easter break raving about the conditions out on the water. Many of you may know that Mrs Boatyard, Emily, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia last month and has been undergoing a course of treatment at Ysbyty Gwynedd since the 19th January.
We are planning to commence our 2015 P&L season on the 28th March, we have some big tides the week before and with these coinciding with the spring equinox it seems sensible to leave the boats where they are until these have passed!
We are able to supply all the necessary spare parts and accessories to keep your RC Laser on the water, although in truth there isn't a lot that can go wrong. If your electrics are waterproofed well you shouldn't have any issue with these, the rudder servo now has Karbonite gearing which is more shock resistant should you hit any underwater objects. Below is our latest pricelist which is effective from 11th March 2013 until further notice. Not quite sure you'll get good service from such a new supplier, click here to see what our customers think, then give us a call!
It is being stocked over the next week or so with lots of RC Laser goodies and you'll be able to make purchases directly from the shop. Rig kits come complete with a mast, boom, slides and all cordage, they are rigged at our boatyard so you will have no trouble or faff when it arrives with you. There are many more parts available to keep your RC Laser on the water, we don't profess to stock them all, however if there is something a little more obscure that you require drop us a line and we'll do our best to help. From individual keel parts to replacement telltales and stainless screws we can source it all! Laser 4000 is the new generation two-person single trapeze and gennaker sailboat that couples performance and exhilaration with comfort and control. An online resource for anything that sails from sailing dinghies, trailer sailers, yachts and even rc sailing boats. It provided the 12 skippers with full on D rig conditions throughout the day and some pretty challenging waves to cope with as well which made boat setup critical to power through the tacks. Thanks also to race official Tom Mills and the Fleetwood club who allowed us to use their fantastic water once again. We are now getting back to normal and if you need any spares for your RC Laser or even a new RC Laser, just let us know. Unfortunately due to a very pregnant wife I have been instructed to stay at home if I wish to still be married when the baby arrives!
A month or two back we sent an RC Laser out to a guy in Australia who got in contact with us. As a result the full size boat is to be renamed and it may come to pass that our RC boat will be renamed too.
However I have done some product testing during some recreational sailing time that I have squeezed in and as a result we can now offer another solution to batteries.
The are keen to set up a radio section at the club more than likely using the RC Laser as a simple one design solution to their brief.
Everyone who turned up and wanted to sail managed to get some decent stick time and everyone picked up the basics of RC Lasering very quickly. The water itself is very suitable for a number of RC classes and with easy launching and recovery it will make a popular venue providing the RC section can be fitted into the already busy calendar.
We are currently looking prototyping keels and ballasts which should be available soon, as will a new page for all these great goodies!
We had a 9 box order appear on our doorstep the other day which topped up our stock of everything from boats to rudder bearings and everything in between. Our spares business is now gathering pace for the new season with orders from all over the UK. We have also updated our pricelist which has, unfortunatley, seen some increases to sails and mast prices, however we are told these are the first increases for 12 years!
Tim has also been to the RYA Dinghy Show where he was again on the MYA stand with a good mix of boats. Firstly I keep getting asked for the instructions for our Braid upgrade kit which is proving a popular upgrade during the early season. If you are at the show pop over and say hello, there will be a couple of yachts on display including Tim's new RC Laser GBR 999.
Don't worry if you get an answerphone on a Friday or a Monday, sometimes we take advantage of the winter months and have long weekends, however if you send us an email it will usually be seen within an hour or two. It just goes to show that these boats are very evenly matched as Tim is racing with an 8 year old boat which still has the original rudder servo, although it might need changing soon! It's an easy job and only takes 5 minutes, the main areas are the two holes in the radio board for the winch and rudder servo and the pot lid.
The only other place water can really get in is the pot lid, the newer red lids are a good fit and quite solid but it is always best to tape it up if there is any sort of breeze! It is this time of year when the MYA has it's AGM and this year it is being held on 24th November at Rowheath Pavilion, Heath Road, Bourneville, B30 1HH. I cannot recommend this type of mitt although it does give a great view of your tx you may find your racing compromised because of the poor design. Over the last few months we have been searching out a decent battery partner to keep our RC Lasers running without the expense of buying throw away batteries all the time. If you need any spares, parts or sails just drop us an email and we'll get them out to you asap. After the briefing there were the two seeding races which determined the initial A & B fleets for the 23 skippers.


The top of the A fleet was looking like a familiar battle between John Tushingham and Dave Fowler however they weren't the only ones to score well with dark horse John Sharman making good inroads into the A fleet. It should also be mentioned that the calibre of the whole fleet was very high and even Dave Fowler found himself in the B fleet for a brief period on Sunday. The meal was superb and the drinks were likewise, I stand by my assumption that the RC Laser fleet is indeed a very sociable one with the Abersoch contingent showing everyone how it should be done, especially a certain Mr Holland!
Once again a big thank you to Ayr Bay MYC for their excellent organisation of the event and also an even bigger thanks to Charles Woodward the Manager of the Clyde & Muirshiel Regional Park and the Castle Semple site for allowing us to use their superb facility.
We have sent it off to the designer who has taken it to an international regatta in France which starts in a few days. If you are interested in becoming part of this emerging class and would like to buy a Digger in any state of completion please give Tim a call on 01758 713900 to discuss your requirements. It is basically a Racer Pack with a D rig included and it really does give you all the tools you need to go racing at both National and International level.
If you need anything to ready you or your boat for the upcoming nationals just drop us an Email and we can sort it out for you. The Nationals are less than 7 weeks away and it if you haven't already entered you should really be getting it sorted. I'll certainly be travelling from Abersoch for the day which will be a great advert for the RC Laser class and also a great chance to get some sneaky practice in for the nationals which are just 2 weeks after.
Race two saw Eric Reid take the honours from Adam with Shaun Holbeche in third and Alan Tickle putting in a good performance to take fourth.
Over lunch there was a stunning display of thunder and lightening however the rain held off until the restart of the afternoon session. The UKRCLA have been sailing under a revised set of class rules for over a year now, if you'd like to check them out clicky here and take a look at them. The third race involved a course change to a simpler setup with more laps which started to spread the fleet out nicely and tested the skills of all the skippers. Visitor Tim Long was learning the conditions quickly and was soon putting together a good string of results to finish the morning well. Fowler again set the pace for the first race followed by Long and the two Kissicks, but he showed a chink in his armour as Long took three bullets on the trot in races 2, 3 and 4 of the afternoon.
Also many thanks to Andy & Adam who made a grand job of organising a great days racing. We have managed to secure two ex demo boats which have been lightly used for only an hour or two.
No A or D sails for another month or so yet, so hopefully they will arrive for the nationals! People began to arrive from 0845 onwards and the clubhouse was opened and teas and coffees were handed out.
There were a few seconds and thirds for Tim Long after a shaky start with a transmitter problem left him in 14th in the first race. After what seems like an absolute lifetime of Emily being ill she has been allowed out for the weekend to take in some quality sea air and enjoy some R&R with her family.
This has left Tim looking after Phoebe and as such he hasn't been into work too much recently. We also realise that this might be the Easter holidays for some of you so if you know you want your boat out for that weekend please let us know. The charger is a balance charger and will allow charge and discharge cycles to be performed keeping your battery packs in tip top condition.
Unique crew equalisation system enables crew combinations of different heights and weights to compete on equal terms. Newly crowned world champ Dave Fowler won the day with Tim Long taking a great second place after a bit of a break over the last two months whilst his daughter was born. The Championship of Nations went well up at West Lancs and there is a full report on the UKRCLA website which you can read by clicking here. So my weekend will be filled with cot building and painting but hey ho there is always next year.
I have been testing a range of 2000MAh NiMh cells from our battery partner which have proved to be reliable over many cycles and hold good charge over a period of time. We even managed a few races with a short course set between two of the jetties on the mere. We are also in the early stages of developing an IOM which follows the lines of the RG65 Digger with a few added tweaks and we are prototyping the components for the Digger IOM so we have the best possible build quality and processes when the time comes to produce the boat.
To save myself having to remember to send you the email with the instructions I have posted them here so you can do the job yourself.
I'll be back to my trusty Peterkin supplied mitt this next weekend which is less bulky and much more waterproof! We have teamed up with a leading UK retailer which will allow us to provide you with 6v 5 cell AA NiMH battery packs to suit the RC Laser, complete with the JST BEC plug on the end so that they will plug straight into your standard boat.
We will also be at the MYA Supplier Show which is to be held on the same day as the MYA AGM at Bourneville on the 24th November 2012. If you sail in another fleet and haven't yet been to Castle Semple then you really should make the journey North of the border it won't be a wasted one. In the interest of research and keeping the good people of RC Laser world informed we decided to hack a scrap hull up today just to see how it is put together and the results were quite interesting. I'm not sure if it will be sailed or whether it will be a static display model, either way it is quite exciting for us as the boat may well be raced against more than 40 others.
By half past ten there were ten assembled skippers all in A rigs ready to start the first race. It is always a good idea to be up to speed with the class rules especially with the Nationals looming in just over a month! There was then a short break to allow a running race to pass by the lakeside which allowed skippers a chance to re tune their rigs for the three races before lunch.
It is a 660 mile round trip from Abersoch so I'll not be racing but the final event in the TT is to be run on the Sunday of the Nationals at Castle Semple, and I'll definately be there! The yard continues to operate as normal and the staffing arrangements we put in place earlier in the year will remain for the rest of the season. She will return to hospital on Monday morning to begin her fourth and final cycle of chemo which will hopefully be somewhat less stressful than the third! Emily has had a really tough ten days and as well as battling all the effects of her third cycle of Chemo she has also contracted MRSA and some sort of fungal infection.
Nicko and Dave are busy getting things sorted for the upcoming season and if you've got a caravan with us it will be back on site when you need it however they don't always have time to answer the phone in between cups of tea and pie eating so the most reliable way to get hold of us at the moment is to drop an email to Tim.
We are back at work now and dealing with lots of great enquiries for the forthcoming season here at the Boatyard. The deck layout is simple, clean and efficient. On Laser 4000 there are no prizes for expensive go-fast extras.
Peter Lansdale and Shaun Holbeche were tied on points for third place however the countback revealed that Peter was to be awarded the place ahead of Shaun.
Well done to all those that competed and it seems that there will be another similar event in a couple of years.
Like everything we sell through our business we want to make sure it perfoms well before putting it on sale to you guys so that you end up with a great product that won't let you down.
We will also be offering a range of compatible chargers, from a plug and charge to an all singing digital balance charger. It will be a great opportunity to come and meet the great guys that supply all your model yachting needs.
Remember that you can keep bang up to date with the weather and news on our twitter feed at the top of the page. She's battling through but is now thoroughly bored of the whole thing and just wants to come home and do normal stuff. As well as this we are continuing to develop the radio sailing side of the business which keeps us more than a little occupied during the winter months.
There is also a digital display that gives you lots of useful charging info and the charger allows you to alter the charging current so as to slow charge or quick charge the batteries.
All the big boats are tucked away in our undercover storage shed and the tractors are getting a well earned rest and a some much needed maintenance over the winter months. We have been using both the battery packs and the charger for the last six months and haven't found fault with either.
Latest hull shape, new generation rig, and asymmetric gennaker take Laser 4000 into the highest level of performance sailing.
Yet so sophisticated is the design that high speed racing can be enjoyed with sublime control. The self-draining open plan deck provides acres of space and the Gnav system means massive working area for the crew.



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