The United States Micro Magic Class Owners Association has been established to help promote and administer the sailing and racing of this phenomenal little boat and support sailors who have bought one. The US-MMCOA is affiliated with both theInternational Micro Magic Class (sailing under its class rules) and theAmerican Model Yachting Association, which is the governing body for model yachting in the US.
Click here to Join this site to participate in the forum and join in the discussions--keep up to date on all of the latest news for the US Micro Magic Class.
While the Micro Magic is an excellent one-design racing boat (actually designed specifically for racing), the boat is equally excellent for the casual day sailing enthusiast and this web site and class association are dedicated to being a resource for ALL Micro Magic skippers.
To register your boat with the US-MMCOA and to be assigned an official US sail number, you will need to download and complete the registration form from the 'class info' tab on this site and mail it to the Class Secretary (his address is on the form). There is a one-time $7 fee for registering, which must be paid to the Class Secretary to complete registration.
We feel that this is an exciting time and a unique opportunity to be in on the birth of a new class of boat here in the US.
The Micro Magic has taken Europe by storm! Don't just sit on the dock and watch. Get a boat and have some FUN!
Gines Romero from Spain won the 2014 Micro Magic National Championship held on March 21-23 in Punta Gorda, Florida. Placing second in the 21 boat fleet was Zano Ballestin (also from Spain) and Mike Eades from Wickenburg, AZ placed third.
The class would like to thank the Suncoast Model Sailing club, Art Hawes (who served as Race Director) and all who participated to make this such a successful event!
To see a video of one of the heats from the event, click HERE.