|Nirvana II Racing Sloop
Nirvana is a ready-to-sail radio controlled competition sailboat that has been
designed from the keel up to handle like a full-scale racing yacht —not a
toy like other RC sail boats.
Here ’s just a few of the features that make this
Low-drag composite hull design with large 32-inch over-all length.
Removable racing keel,with ballast-bulb,and large area deep-water rudder
that,working together,keep the Nirvana on precisely controlled headings
at all times.All rigging is mounted up to a super-ridged carbon fiber main
mast and fully proportional sail winch that allow the sails to be trimmed for
absolutely any combination of wind conditions and heading dynamic such
as:close reach,broad reach or running with the wind.
From stays to clew fasteners,Nirvana is absolutely regatta ready in
minutes from opening the box.Even the 2-channel radio pre-mounted in its
watertight compartment pre-centered.
|Available in 3 Colors!
|MTC6920 - Yellow
||MTC6921 - Red
||MTC6922 - Blue
- Competition mylar sails withstand up to 20 knot (23mph, 37kph) winds and sailing speeds up to 6 knots
- 95%ready-to-sail, simple assembly in just minutes from opening the box
- Rigid carbon fiber mast with quick release foot for easy portability
- Radio compartment is self-sealing for water tightness
- Fully installed FM 2-Channel digital proportional radio provides accurate sail control and "underway" trim changes
- Jib features lightweight boom and adjustable clew tension
- Ballast bulb racing style keel features quick release for easy portability
- Heavy duty, high torque metal geared sail winch servo for superior control
- Water tight sealed radio compartment for added protection
- Large area, deep water rudder
- Low-drag composite hull design
I just wanted to thank you for the excellent addition to summer's fun from your Nirvana sailboat. It performs beautifully! It looks so good on the display stand I can feel the open water even through the winter snow. I just bought a second one in case someone wants to race with me,or to keep partially disassembled in a transporting box I built for longer trips. I have sailed it on about a dozen lakes and watched it ride some big swells on Lake Superior; it looks just like the real thing. Not one tiny drop of moisture has ever gotten inside. Excellent engineering. Thanks again!