The biggest radio controlled boat is the Shadow. It is 22 feet long. The servo and transmitter installed allows it to be controlled like a typical RC boat. It is much larger compared to other RC boats you can buy in stores and online.
Balaenoptera Musculus Radio Remote Control Racing Boat
This boat measures 22 x 11 x 8 inches and weighs 8 lbs. The top speed is 25 mph. This electric powered vessel is run by PC twin propellers. The power emanates from standard Sub C 7.2V rechargeable Ni-Cd pack. This is the same one utilized in the Tamiya cars.
Made of plastic, the boat has a 300 ft operating range. The running time is 20 minutes to half an hour. The package includes the AC adapter and the rechargeable battery pack. The remote needs 8 AA batteries.
28” Blazingly Fast Victory EP
Compared to the biggest radio controlled boat, this one only measures 28 x 4 x 12 inches and weighs 4 lbs. Power is derived from two spinning motor propellers. The power used is the Sub C NiCad Pack.
When charged to the maximum, the running time is 15 minutes. The R/C Racing Boat gets its power from 380 type racing motor. The PC twin-propeller gives it a giant thrust. Even though it is not powered by gas, it can reach speeds of up to 10 to 20 mph.
RC SYMA Racing Boat
The boat is 5” (H), 9” (W) and 22” (L). The boat can reach speeds of up to 25 mph. Made of plastic, it has a running time of thirty minutes. The range is good for up to 300 feet. The battery life is up to 30 minutes.
PX-16 Offshore Racing RC Boat
This boat is 6 inches high, 0.5 inches wide and 30 inches long. The running time is 5 to 10 minutes with 300 range. The toy boat also comes with several decals.
Make sure to read the instructions so you can put the whole thing together. Also make certain you study how the controls work. Many of them are easy to work with. There is usually a control for handling the engines. There are also controls for moving forward, going left and right. These models also make it easy to go in reverse.
Whether you want the biggest radio controlled boat or not, make it a point to examine the product before buying.