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Class Information



   DF65's are the smallest of PRYC yachts. At 650 mm long and fully rigged, they easily fit onto the back seat of a small sedan car. That size convenience, their low purchase cost  around $400 for a complete boat including all electrics and their one class rules ( all boats in the fleet are the same) make them a popular choice for new radio control sailors.


A competitive core group of skippers race every Tuesday and  Saturday each month at Emerald Lakes with the format varied between scratch, handicap and mixed racing. 

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 More experienced skippers have positively accepted a mentoring role to the benefit of new club member novice RC sailors.  Race days are run by the rules of sailing and are competitive, yet fun, and the camaraderie of everyone involved is excellent.

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 All newcomers and visitors are welcome to attend. 

Racing Times:

Each Tuesday and Saturday from 11.00 AM until 3.00 PM with set up from 10.30 AM.

Before purchasing a yacht and or applying for club membership, please contact the class Fleet Captain for important advice including how to ensure inside your boat stays dry.

PRYC Dragon Force 65 Fleet Captain:   Julian O'Brien      Phone 0431930744


For DF sail number allocation,yacht registration,boat supplier details and set up & sail tuning guide information go to Australian DF Radio Sailing Association (dfsailing.com.au)  (ADFRSA)


 PRYC DF65 History

The manufacturer Joysway, began selling Dragon Force 65 sail boats in 2013. PRYC skippers began racing Dragon Force 65 yachts in 2014 as part of an RG 65 class. With the release of Dragon Force 65 Restricted Class Rules Version 1.6 in 2017 permitting the use of an A+ sail, yachts using such sails no longer fit within RG65 class rules. PRYC DF65 skipper Charmaine White was then instrumental in obtaining QRYA official DF65 Class recognition in Queensland State first, ahead of the class adoption throughout Australia. Dragon Force 65 class was recognized in November 2017 as the fourth PRYC yacht class. Forty-two PRYC skippers  have Dragon Force 65 yachts as of March 2024. 

PRYC DF65 hosted events History

2016 PRYC 2016 Dragon Force Challenge 

2017  DF65 Queensland Dragon Force Championship 

2018 National DF65 Invitational Challenge 

2019 DF65 Queensland Championship

2020 DF65 Queensland Championship

2021 DF65 Queensland Championships

2022 DF65 Queensland Championship

2022 DF65 Gold Coast Classic

2023 DF65 Queensland Championship

2023 DF65 Gold Coast Classic

2023 DF65 Tri Series Round 3









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