Welcome to the DF95 Class Owners Association web site!
This site is your online resource to all things DF95 in the USA. This newest RC yacht is poised to make a big splash in the RC sailing community. This multi-rigged boat excels in a large range of wind conditions. As a Restricted One-Design boat, skippers will be putting their sailing skills to the test not their wallet. It promises close and exciting racing in an affordable and easily maintained design.
Joining the Class Association – Apply to get a sail number – see below. Registration should be live NOW!
Sail Registry (Getting Assigned A Sail Number)
To get a sail number, review the sail registry page (click the sail registry tab above) and find an available number, fill out the online form (click the DF95 registration tab above) and request that number, submit payment via paypal from the bottom of the registration form. Then, please, be patient. I try to update the registry at least once a week so it might be a few days before you hear from me. After, I register you and your number, you will receive an email verifying your sail number. You will also receive an email from the DF95 forum after I register your sail number with login information.
International Class Association Developments: A group of us have been making the most of our disrupted sailing calendars to do some “shore work” with the goal of formalizing the International Class Association (ICA) in the new year. If you’re interested in helping review the proposed ICA Constitution, please jump over to the dfracing.world website:
Current # Class Membership: 1972 Skippers of which up to 1071 are AMYA Members
Regional Breakdown By AMYA Region
Regions Canada Puerto Rico Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
222 55 287 202 375 412 410 5 5 1972
Last edited September 14th, 2021.