Weybiza 2015 GP Finale Oct 3/4

Weybiza 2015 GP Finale Oct 3/4

The Moth GP on 3rd/4th October, hosted by Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy, will be the finale for the GP series for the calendar year and marks the halfway point in the GP series for 2015/16. Portland Harbour is the “spiritual home” of the Moths with many innovations trialled there and is a favourite ..

Weymouth GP May17/18 WPNSA 2014

Weymouth GP May17/18 WPNSA 2014

The Weymouth GP to be held at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is this weekend!! The NoR is here: WPNSA – NOR Grand Prix Open Meeting 2014 Arrival The club will be open from 08:00. When you arrive, you may access the dinghy park through Gate 4 (please see attached plan) with the code (available ..

Moth GP at Castle Cove

Moth GP at Castle Cove

By Peter Barton Following on from the training the weekend before an eager bunch of Mothies regrouped at Castle Cove, Weymouth to put their practiced skills into action. Conditions were just perfect up with 12-16 knots of clear Easterly and wall to wall sunshine. With a daunting Sunday forecast the smart call was made to ..

Moth Coaching Weekend coming up

Moth Coaching Weekend coming up

When: 15th- 16th September 2012 Where: Castle Cove Sailing Club, Weymouth Start Time: 10:30am – Saturday Training Cost: £40 In just over a week’s time the Moth Class will be hosting a training weekend for all levels of moth sailor. Whether you have just joined the class and want to learn the basics or want ..

Weymouth Regatta Mini Report

Had plenty of breeze, 11 moths turned up, but not all raced – people being quite cautious with Nationals this week. Mike Lennon won with 5 wins out of 5, Jason Russell 2nd and Alex Adams 3rd. (In Alex’s words: Mike and Jif dominated!) We had glorious weather, unfortunately a little too long on the ..

2010 Weymouth Dinghy Regatta

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

2009 Weymouth Open

2009 Weymouth Open

The Moths were nervous coming back to Weymouth. Visions of sitting on the beach for much of the very windy Worlds last summer were fresh in everyone’s minds. Saturday did not disappoint. 25 knots, and a nasty sea state proved testing for the majority of the fleet. Slowly the fleet size reduced as some returned ..