The British Moth Dinghy
The British Moth is an 11 foot, one design, single handed dinghy with superb light wind performance and sheer exhilaration in a blow. Quick to plane, with a fully stayed rig, scow bow and simple hard chine hull built to closely defined tolerances, the cockpit and controls can be laid out according to the individual’s preferences and the rig is fully adjustable enabling it to be powered up or de-powered to suit a variety of helm weights and sailing conditions.
Originally designed in 1932 it is the first British designed and built single handed dinghy that has now celebrated over 80 years of putting smiles on its helms faces.
WE are here on stand B34. Come along and enter our Free Photo Quiz competition.
The Notice of Race for MWYC’s open meeting on 29yh March is now published. It can be accessed off the 2014 Fixtures and Results page, where there will be links this season to all individual Opens and their results etc.
We will be at the RYA London Dinghy show and will be found on stand B34. Come along and support the class and if you haven’t done so yet challenge your brains against the photo quiz found in the Winter Chrysalis. The answers will be in the Preseason Edition, that will be published just after [...]
With the Dinghy Show now only a few weeks to go, help is still needed to Man the Stand. So for all those unaware it is on the 1st and 2nd of March. Come and take part of your visit to the show to spend some time with us trying to promote the Class. If [...]