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Even if you have never built or sailed a model boat before you'll be amazed how much fun this hobby can be. Whether you're novice or experienced modeller there's something for you at Metro Marine Modellers. Why not check us out?
The Sail Division has finalized the schedule for the 2018 r/c sailing season that will begin on Sunday, April 15 with a Dragon Force 65 regatta at the large sailing pond in Humber Bay Park East. The schedule was developed in consultation with fleet captains David Allsebrook for Soling, Tom Madarasz for Victoria and Christian […]Read More
Metro Marine Modellers awed attendees at the 2017 Toronto Makers Festival. Metro Marine Modellers presented an amazing display of 25 ship models that covered all aspects of the hobby including ships in bottles, museum quality static models, remote controlled scale models and remote controlled sailing models. Club members discussed the models, how they were built, […]Read More
May 28, 2018 — Day one was a light 0 to 4 knots that came from nearly all points on the compass rose. Despite several course changes and short distance races in trying conditions, we got 8 races completed by the end of the day. Jim Goddard was the clear front-runner with 11 points after […]Read More
More than 20 model marine vessels were displayed by Metro Marine Modellers at this year’s Zoomer Show in Toronto, a lifestyle consumer show targeted at the 45 plus age group. More than 30,000 people attended the two-day show at the end of October. The types of models ranged from tiny ships in bottles and […]Read More
Metro Marine Modellers are excited to host the 2016 Dragon Force Canadian National Championship !! The two-day event will be held on October 22-23 at Lakefront Promenade Park in Mississauga, Ontario. The Notice of Race (NoR) along with the Sailing Instructions are posted below and on the CRYA.ca website. We have already received nine paid […]Read More
The Metro Marine Modellers’ Boatyard was launched last year to make good quality used r/c sailboats available to potential new members. The Boatyard sold seven boats and generated enough revenue to pay back the cash float from the club and continue purchasing inventory. Some of this income was from commissions on the sale of members’ […]Read More