This is our version of the late lamented AMI/Aeromodeller magazine’s “Webwalk” feature. For those that used to read it, Mike Evatt trawled the web for interesting aeromodelling stuff and came up with some super sites. I’m rather proud to say that this site was the last one featured in the last “Webwalk” in the last AMI!

If you know of other interesting, useful or just plain amusing items, please send your suggestion for inclusion to the Webmaster!

Category Format Description Link
Technical Info  Club Web Site Excellent US website featuring carrier-deck extensively  “Flying Lines” – US Northwest Control Line Club
Technical Info Website with rules as down-loadable PDF files  Full set of generic UK Model flying rules British Model Flying Association Rulebook
Technical Info Club Web Site The UK equivalent of “Flying Lines” – an absolute treasure trove of C/L info, pictures, technical stuff and fun Barton Model Flying Club
Flying Carrier Deck YouTube MP4  Video Setting up and flying a Carrier-Deck Session –   excellent video by Nigel Cheffers-Heard
Carrier-Deck Session UK
Flying Carrier Deck Video USA video of a Seamew being put (mercilessly) through its paces (sorry about the 30-second advert, but it’s worth enduring…)
How to teach your Seamew who’s boss…
Flying Carrier Deck YouTube MP4  Video The future of control-line is here! A very brave innovation… Turbine-powered C/L Sea-Vampire
Technical Info Website How they do it Down Under – with some interesting technical pages relevant to the UK too Australian Rules!
Products Website Jealous of those smug indoor R/C flyers during the  cold months? A kitchen chair and a little luck on eBay will get you your carrier-deck fix without leaving home! Winter Therapy?
Technical Info Web Page Seriously good  technical article on accurately making and setting up lines for 3-line throttle-control   Setting up your lines for carrier-deck
Technical Info Web Page Love or hate them, this fascinating web page explains how the slider was dreamed up almost overnight  before the US Nationals, and promptly won everything! Includes pix of the original model Class 1 – How the line-slider was invented