Links to worthwhile sites

The AMYA: Minuteman Model Yacht Club is AMYA sanctioned club #25. The American Model Yachting Association (AMYA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the designing, building, racing, and preservation of all model sailing yachts, and membership is open to all who are interested in these activities. We encourage all of our members to become members of the AMYA. The AMYA's web site can be reached at. The magazine alones is worth the money.

http://www.theamya.org/index.php


Lester Gilbert's Radio Sailing Site has piles of good stuff on the technical and theoretical side of RC sailing.

 http://www.onemetre.net/


PSME: Located in Milford, MA, Precision Scale Model Engineering has any (and evey) kind of model making hardware you might need. And… if they don't have it, they'll get it. 

http://www.psmescale.com/


RC Buyer's Warehouse in Nashua, NH is the largest RC retailer in Eastern New England. Orders placed by 1 p.m. are shipped same day. http://www.rcbuyers.com/


Servo City: Specializes in Hitec and Futaba servos, radio systems, and other related electronics. This is the place where for an extra $10 you can order servos modified for 180° rotation. I you sail big boats, be sure to check out their Robotzone Servo line. 

https://www.servocity.com/html/servos___accessories.html


National Balsa: Located in Ware, MA National Balsa sells balsa, plywood, basswood, spruce, plywood, cherry, walnut, and mahogany is all sizes for model,building. They also carry an amazing selection of screws, nuts, and bolts.

http://www.nationalbalsa.com/ 

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