The Shoreline Model Yacht Club website was created to keep members
informed, and attract a broader audience by introducing ourselves to
the community. We'll use this site to inform people about our club,
share ideas, and organize events and activities.
The Shoreline Model Yacht Club was recognized by the American Model Yacht Association in December 2003. With 3 founding members,
we formed to promote model yacht building and sailing. We meet at Shoreline Lake in Mountain View, CA. on Saturdays, year
around for informal sailing and racing.
The our group sails on the third Saturday of each month, weather permitting. Follow the signs into the park directing
you to the Lakeside Cafe/Sailing Center. We sail at the south end of the lake, near the golf course, on the lawn next to the
Lakeside Cafe. Check the schedule on the Race Standings page for start times.
We welcome visitors and enthusiasts of all ages. Visitors are welcome to sail our boats and we are pleased to offer information
and help for anyone interested in getting into model yachting.
The links provided below are for more information on the American Model Yacht Association and Shoreline Park, our sailing
American Model Yacht Association
Shoreline Park, Mountain View, CA.
the CR 914:
Rig Height: 48"
Overall Height: 59"
Sail Area: 585 sq.in.
Displacement: 6 lbs. 4 oz.
Hull and Deck molded one-piece
ABS plastic, Aluminum
spars. Sails are
single panel Dacron. Keel
and Rudder are removable. Rigging
is 80 # test spectra string.
Kit comes with everything,
including a 2 channel radio, servos for steering and
sail control. Approx.
40 hours to build the boat, or boats can be
purchased "Ready to
race" and are available from Chesapeake Performance Models.Very strict one-design racing rule ensures all
boats are equal.