Moth open as part of Poole Week at Parkstone YC. Sailors are able to stay on for the whole week. See http://www.parkstoneyachtclub.com for more information or contact Rod Harris
“IMCA UK is proud to publish the Notice of Race for the Zhik 2011 International Moth UK Nationals to be hosted by Stokes Bay Sailing Club. If you are a current paid up member of the Association, you should have received an email with a link to enter on-line. If you did not please use ..
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Whether you are a seasoned Moth sailor or if this will be your first event, it would be great to see you. You will find the Notice of Race for the event at http://www.queenmary.org.uk/Data/Sites/1/26032011intmothnor.pdf The essential info to know is that first start on Saturday is at 12pm and on Sunday at 11am. The fee will be a ..
With just one day left before the start of the 2011 International Moth World Championships at Belmont, Australia, being held over the 8-14th January, the preparations are revving up for the 8 sailors out there representing GBR. Current World, European and Nationals title holder Simon Payne, Mike Lennon, Pete Barton, Ben Paton, Jason Russell, James ..
Grand Prix Winter Series event at Rutland SC More details and entry details on: http://rutlandsc.co.uk/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=180&Itemid=99
Grand Prix Winter Series event More details and entry details on: http://www.sailracer.org/events/event-v2.asp?eventid=68758
Grand Prix Winter Series event More details and entry details on GWSC website: http://www.grafham.org/?p=2195
2011 Moth UK National Championships The UK Moth Class Association is pleased to announce that the 2011 Moth UK National Championships will be hosted by Stokes Bay Sailing Club. The 2011 Championships will be raced from the 7th – 10th of July in The Solent off Stokes Bay, which already has an established and growing Moth ..
The UK Committee have been hard at work preparing an exciting season of racing for next year. Based on the success of the Queen mary training session earlier this year, the UK are leading the way by introducing more official training sessions to get boats and sailors up to speed. The season is broken up ..
The UK International Moth Class Association is very pleased to announce the formation of a new winter sailing championship. The aim of the winter championship is to allow the Moth fleet to continue competitive fleet racing at venues which showcase the class in areas of the country that don’t often see these highly manoeuvrable, exciting ..
We are just over two weeks away from the European Championships and it seems more like a World Championships with nearly 80 boats registered. It also seems like a record for team GB with 17 boats making an appearance. This promises to be the biggest International Moth Europeans to date with pretty much all of ..
Informal training on the 28th August followed by a Moth Open on the 29th and 30th. Sail all week to 4th September – Contact Rod Harris
Pic – 2009 and current UK National Champion Mike Cooke Here is the pre-entries list (in no particular order) for the UK Nationals so far ie. the people who have replied via email that will be coming: Alex Adams GBR 4082 Phil Oligario GBR 3764 Jonnie Hutchcroft GBR 3376 Mike Cooke GBR ..
The first open of the season is this coming weekend at Bristol Corinthian YC. The event is set to be a 3 race series run on the Saturday 10th April starting at 11.30. Now, I had planned on running a spectator friendly slalom event on the Sunday fitting around the club racing so as not ..
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
So the British contingent are packing up their trusty steeds and winging their way out to Dubai shortly for the 2010 World championships. Feeling slightly envious I can only offer them all the best of luck and hope that one of them comes back with the silverware! For the more technologically inclined the Moth Worlds ..
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