The Inland Championships are on 27/28 September. 1st Race is at 13:00 with a briefing at high noon and 4 races per day. The entry fee is £35 and INCLUDES evening meal. We plan to award the series trophies in the evening (Winter Champs, GP Series and Speed Trophy) and there are loads of great ..
Photo C/O Paul Plested The International Moths headed west into the depths of Wales for the 2013 Inland Championships over the weekend. Billed as the Garda of the UK, it had a lot to live up to and thankfully didn’t disappoint, with a range of conditions and some of the best sailing the fleet could ..
After the incredible highlight of the Moth Worlds in Australia in January, UK Moth Class racing commences with the first of the seasons Grand Prix events at Queen Mary SC over 26-27 March, where the event doubles up as the Inland Championships. Following the increased popularity of the Class in 2010, the rising number of ..
Queen Mary hosted the International Moth Inland Championships on 8th and 9th May. 21 boats attended from all over the country, despite a very light forecast and a number of people packing boats into crates to send them to the European Foil Fest in Spain. Fortunately the breeze defied all forecasts and the fleet were ..
A game of two halves – or not? May the 9th and 10th saw the Moth fleet travel to Queen Mary for the Inland National Championship. Not a great deal of wind was forecast. 20 boats lined up with several new boats including 2 Mach 2’s, a Ninja and a Bladerider FX. Mike Lennon led ..