FOOTY Class R/C Sailboat
Official Class Association of IFCA


AMYA Footy Class Page

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Kit Sources

October 2015: Marcus Wahlin offers plans for his Breithorn, at eight Swiss francs for 16 pages. Footy Unarig sail plans are also available for five Swiss francs.

October 2012: Peter Henderson (UK) sends us this link to information about the "1299" model Footy: Click on "Footy Plans" to see a comprehensive PDF including detailed assembly instructions and purchasing info for their pre-molded hull. Well worth a look, even if you don't plan to build this particular boat.

As of August 2012 Andrew Cook has updated the website for his "Footy 507". It features a molded hull with built in servo mountings, carbon fiber rig, kevlar/carbon fibre matrix sails, servo arms and waterproof switch. Our Gallery has some older pictures here.

Flavio Faloci has two of his designs available at the WoodenBoat store (search for 'Brando' and 'Presto'). Presto is available in kit, plan, or book form!

Mike Mayhew in the UK has started making vacu-formed components for Footy Chinese Junks. He has drawings and instructions made up and can also supply electronic components. Email Mike at for details. Click the photo at the right to see more in the Photos section.

Victor Models is offering their V-12 Footy kit for $65. The boat looks nice and the kit sounds like it's quite complete.

Barrett Sparkman offers Footy hulls, plans, etc. at his website - Sparkman Micro Marine.

For information on Nigel Heron's "LAJABLESS", watch his photo gallery at or email him at His old website at is no longer active (June 2007).

Dennis Desprois is offering fiberglass hulls, decks and even completed boats at his RC Boats & Walrus Sails website.

Graham McAllister's offers:

ScaleSailing is pleased to announce that we now have a supplier of our kits in England. All UK sales enquiries should be addressed to Keith, contact details are at the web page.


Here are links to discussion forums related to RC sailing, and Footys in particular:


Here are the major organizations governing model yachting. These usually serve as the rule-making body for their country and designate standard classes. The Footy is not yet recognized as a class by some of these organizations YET!

Other sites

Last updated January 2010