Never Go Back

Launched in 2017, our current boat is made entirely of carbon fiber for previously unattainable durability. Rudder and keel size has been increased for maneuverability and stability and sail rigging has been greatly improved.


At the end of the 2014 season, the team decided to shift the focus away from the MicroTransat challenge and refocus on the International Robotic Sailing Regatta ( The team decided to undertake a new challenge of building a twin-hull (catamaran) boat to compete in the IRSR. Throughout the 2014/2015 …

Gaelforce XL 

First launched in June 2012 Gaelforce XL is a 4m on going project which will attempt to cross the Atlantic ocean as part of MicroTransat challenge. The hull has been built for stability and strength, and the single sailed swing rig is very stable. The Atlantic Ocean crossing will require solar panels and …

Gaelforce II

Built during the 2010/2011 school year to compete in the Sailbot compeition. The Gaelforce II is a 2 meter long monohull design made from carbon and kevlar fibre reenforced plastic. It competed in the 2011 Sailbot competition and came in 6th place. We will be planning to use it in …

Winsome Too.2

Originally a donation to the team from the Kingston Remote Controlled Sailing Club, the boat was modified for Autonomous control. It is currently used as a platform for newer members to learn the same software/hardware skills used on our other boats.