Moth Training Camp at Queen Mary

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 along, setup tips, learning to foil gybe or the elusive foiling tack.

After some video debriefing on Sunday morning the fleet resumed with some short course racing to try and put into practice the previous days learnings along with a bit of on the water video coaching.

Next stop for the Moth flying squadron is at Bristol Corinthian in on the 10/11th of April

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