16 Foiling Moths descended onto Queen Mary SC for an impromptu weekend of coaching and practice in anticipation of the coming season. Saturday saw seasoned veteran Mothies Alex Adams, Doug Pybus and Mike Cooke on hand to help out newcomers and regular Mothies alike on all points of their sailing whether it be just foiling ..
End of season party and training held at HISC. Watch this space.. more exciting info coming soon
Simon Payne sailed a great regatta, winning by 9 points from fellow master Andrew McDougall. The rest of the Brits helped bring home the Ashes: Lennon 8th, May 10th, Tagg 13th. Adams 20th, Penfold 24th, Hayden 26th, Phare 28th, Imrie 31st, Peats 41st. Full results here. Full report coming soon
After 3 days of racing, Brit Master Simon Payne is leading the Worlds by just 2 points, with a very impressive scoreline, discarding the DNF he hasn’t finished outside the top 5 – not bad for a guy with a gammy knee – and proof to all there can be no excuses. Full results here, ..
The Worlds started today with a pretty light wind race, tricky conditions for all. Great news is the Brits did us proud with 4 in the top 10 – not a bad start! Amac had a blistering race leading from the start, and a big gap by the finish. Mike Lennon came from behind to ..
The Dinghy Show is over for another year, and it was a pretty good one. I’ve no feel for how many people were there, but it was definitely busy at times! First of all a big thank you to all who helped, Phil for organising it all and manning the stand on Saturday, Jonnie Hutchcroft ..
For all those not able to get out to the Worlds in Dubai, and just wanting to spend some time on the water, remembering how to sail/crash, with a few top mothies on hand to help here is your chance: Due to the UK season not starting up until April we are planning an informal ..
Entry is now available via the website. Remember the event does have an entry limit so enter early to avoid disappointment. www.weymouthregatta.co.uk
Go to the Europeans website for more details: http://motheuropean2010silvaplana.blogspot.com/
Grand Prix Event
The Venue: Warm, Flat water, great sea breezes in the afternoon and awesome onshore facilities. Plentiful flights from all over Europe, accommodation types to suit all pockets and all within easy reach of Northern Europe! The Theory: A week of Moth sailing where the focus is on having fun and learning loads! Coaching and technique ..
One of the premier inland dinghy and windsurfing racing clubs, Queen Mary’s large sailing water is ideal for racing or just having fun. The reservoir is man-made and so the surface is 45ft above the surrounding countryside giving good unobstructed wind over the 700 acres. Click here for the Notice of Racing > The clubs ..