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.
The Notice of race for Desborough is now available on the Forum. Tamesis Club Can be reached HERE . Please note we are competeing at Tamesis on the same weekend as their Autumn Regatta. Tamesis is also the last open meeting of the Somerville Trophy so the Trophy will be presented to the winner.
BRITISH MOTH NATIONALS – DAY4 –STAUNTON HAROLD SC With the competitors recovering from their annual dinner they woke up to calmer conditions than the previous day. The national champion had already been decided but there was still an air of anticipation as personal pride was still at stake. As the competitors headed out [...]
BRITISH MOTH NATIONALS – Day3 Staunton Harold SC The competitors were greeted with stronger winds than previous days, and after the 3 races the day before had a later start for the Amethyst Trophy. With the strong gusting winds the fleet struggled upwind to the first mark. The first to arrive was Robbie Claridge who [...]