Posted on March 12, 2015
Choosing Your First RC Watercraft
From toy class to hobby class and sail boats to speed boats and even submarines, getting started with your remote control watercraft has a lot of moving parts and this article posted on Beginningrc.com has some helpful advice to make sure your first time out isn’t a sinker. You’ll want to determine if you want to start with a toy class or a hobby class. One is much easier to use and have fun with, while the other takes a little more skill and has a lot more options for modifications. Get the low down on these distinctions and a lot more information by reading the full article here.
While playing with remote control boats is a lot of fun, choosing the right one for you can be a bit daunting. In this article posted on Myrctopia.com. The article helps you figure out what’s most important to you. Do you want a boat that’s great for kids? Are you looking for a boat you can modify and improve over time? Is it more important to you that your remote control boat look just like the full size version? Depending on what your want out of your boat, the author has given you options in all of these categories and some others not mentioned here. To help you decide on your next remote control boat, read the full article here.
RC Boat Basics
Radio controlled vehicle expert Michael James writing for rcvehicles.about.com brings us this article on how the basics of remote controlled boats and how to use that knowledge to determine which area you want to explore. Whether you are more enamored of recreating your favorite battleship in a smaller scale, staying as true to the original as possible, or you just want to make the fastest boat on the lake, you need to decide what is most important for you to have fun. Do you want the ability to constantly modify and change your remote control boat, always making it bigger, faster, better? If so then you’re probably going to be happiest with a build your own hobby level boat. With so many factors to consider, it’s important to do your homework and really decide which direction you want to go in first so you don’t end up spending inordinate amounts of money on boats that won’t really make you happy. Get all of Michaels’ insight on this subject by reading the entire article here.
When you ask a question like this on Blog.remotorboater.com, you will most definitely get your answer, and this post goes into awesome detail to give the most fully descriptive answer we’ve ever seen. From fabulous complete lists of tons of electric remote control boats and their specifications, to detailed explanations on each type of boat option, if you have a question about getting started in remote control boats, we’re pretty sure this article answers it. Get all the details by reading the full article here.