“Welcome aboard The Inland Nautical Society website.
We encourage you to navigate around. Our mission is to promote interest in safety, knowledge and the enjoyment of Radio Controlled Model Boating.
We hope you will join us at the lake in Fairmount Park, located in Riverside California on Sunday at or before 10 am.
Don’t forget about our monthly luncheon and our monthly meeting. Please refer to the Calendar page for dates, times and locations. See you there.”
Bill Dodge, Commodore .
It is with regret that we inform you of the passing of Gil Cueto. Gil’s son Scott said that Gil was in a medically induced coma due to the Covid19 virus. He passed away Sunday evening, December 27, 2020. Service Information is pending.
Gil’s son Scott shared a personal memory. “I remember going to one of the regattas back then and I picked a raffle ticket for my Dad that ended up winning him a speed control. He was so thrilled and for years he would tell me how “lucky I was” because I had picked that winning ticket for him. My Dad started his ships around that time but I don’t think he got them finished and into the water till years later. I couldn’t believe how his fleet grew and grew. You never know what experiences in your childhood are going to end up being some of your most cherished memories, looking back the times I went to the boats with him and the times I was able to take my own sons with him are definitely in that category.” Gil joined Inland Nautical Society in the 1980’s.
Also, it is with regret that we inform you of the passing of Donn Cox, who past away on Wednesday December 16, 2020 of cancer.
Condolences to his family and many friends. Among other things, he was known for his cigar box tugboats and Airboats.
Donn is second on the left.
Services information is pending.