Moth Talk at Stokes Bay Sailing Club


with Jason Belben – Fri Mar 8th at 7pm

Continuing Stokes Bay Sailing Club’s Friday evening talk ‘n’ social events, Jason Belben will be hosting The Ups and Downs of Moth Sailing on March 8th at 7pm.

If you’ve ever wondered if flying a Moth is for you, or are just interested in how foiling works, come along for an evening in good company and learn all you need to know about Mothing. Jason will be covering:
- the evolution of Mothing
- how Moths fly
- future advances in foiling
- plus an on-board experience giving you a real foiling feel from the comfort of the bar.

Entry is free although places are limited, so please contact us in advance to book your seat. The bar will be open all evening and you can buy a ticket for dinner (chilli or a vegetarian option) for just £4.50 when you book your place. Please contact Debbie Wood, SBSC Administrator on 023 9258 1513 or email administrator@stokesbay-sc.co.uk

We look forward to welcoming you to Stokes Bay.

A bit about Mothing at Stokes Bay.

Stokes Bay Sailing Club is a south coast mecca for Moth sailors. With a fleet including current National and European Champion Chris Rashley, 2011 National Champion Jason Belben and Bloody Mary 2013 Champion Rob Greenhalgh, the front end of our fleet is of an undeniably high calibre.

But we’re not just about the boys at the front. We have a thriving fleet of all standards including two ladies, an over 55 year old, some young guns and some just-lured-out-of-the-Musto-Skiff-fleet sailors.

With an enviable location where you can sail at all states of the tide, every day, all year round, Stokes Bay represents simply the best in sailing and social for Moth sailors, other dinghy and catamaran sailors, and their families.

Whatever you sail, come and enjoy a warm welcome at any time. And if you’re bringing a Moth, we look forward to taking off with you.

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