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International Moth

International Moth

Singlehanded, radical development class that has seen some true innovations in sailing. Most moths are now ultra-thin & ultra-light. The latest developments have been giving the Moths hydrofoils and foil wings.

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Show news McKnight dominates Aussie Moth Nationals
Photos and videos from The Sailor Girl, Nic Douglass
Posted on 14 Jan
2019 Australian Moth Championships
Emily Scott has been out taking images of the foiling Moths during their 2019 AUS Championship
Posted on 11 Jan
Allen puts performance at heart of 2018 launches
Adoption of soft attachment systems and innovative block technology
Posted on 19 Dec 2018
Countdown begins for 2019 Moth Worlds
One year to prepare for Perth
Posted on 18 Dec 2018
Foiling Week in Sydney for second time this year
One week to the beginning of the last 2018 Foiling Week event
Posted on 4 Dec 2018
Home Build International Moth Blog 8
Time & effort turns to sailing fun on Valkyrie!
Posted on 3 Dec 2018
2018 Martinique Flying Regatta overall
Perfect scoreline for Mazella
Posted on 25 Nov 2018
2018 Martinique Flying Regatta day 4
Leader change in three classes going into final day of Martinique Flying Regatta
Posted on 24 Nov 2018
2018 Martinique Flying Regatta day 3
All change in the Moths as the full fleet gets afloat
Posted on 23 Nov 2018
2018 Martinique Flying Regatta day 2
Big wind board day at Martinique Flying Regatta
Posted on 22 Nov 2018
2018 Martinique Flying Regatta day 1
Lift off in perfect conditions
Posted on 21 Nov 2018
Martinique Flying Regatta arrives in the Caribbean
What better formula could there be for a modern sailing regatta?
Posted on 15 Nov 2018
WA Moth State Championship day 2
Max Puttman makes the best of the conditions
Posted on 10 Nov 2018
WA Moth State Championship day 1
Moths on the boil over in the West!
Posted on 10 Nov 2018
Kiel Week is getting wings
Foilers and kiters invited in 2019
Posted on 2 Nov 2018
Staying atop the Singles Chart
David Henshall looks at the future - and history - of the singlehander
Posted on 17 Oct 2018
Saxton and Lewis reign supreme
At the 2018 Endeavour Trophy
Posted on 15 Oct 2018
Saxton and Lewis annihilate Endeavour fleet
Four straight wins for reigning champions at opening day
Posted on 13 Oct 2018
Big winds arrive for Endeavour Trophy training day
League of legends prepare for battle at Burnham-on-Crouch
Posted on 12 Oct 2018
Stakes are high for 2018 Endeavour glory
The best of the best head for Burnham on 12-14 October
Posted on 5 Oct 2018
3 years, 2 classes, 6 World Championship titles
We spoke to Mike Lennon of Lennon Performance Products
Posted on 25 Sep 2018
Dropping Anchor
Not necessarily something you automatically associate with racing boats
Posted on 23 Sep 2018
Robert Greenhalgh joins North Sails
Volvo Ocean Race winner and international sailing champion joins world's leading sailmaker
Posted on 19 Sep 2018
International Moth GP at the WPNSA
A chance to lick old wounds or consolidate after a busy summer
Posted on 10 Sep 2018
International Moth Scottish Championship
Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of Loch Lomond
Posted on 4 Sep 2018
International Moth Lowrider Nationals
Hungry Tigers on the prowl, but the Magnums take the champagne
Posted on 3 Sep 2018
International Moths at Eastbourne Sovereign
Close racing throughout the fleet
Posted on 17 Aug 2018
Home Build International Moth Blog 7
First flight for Valkyrie!
Posted on 13 Aug 2018
International Moths at Abersoch Dinghy week
An awesome display of Lowriding
Posted on 31 Jul 2018
International Moth European Championship
Swedish club serves best food ever tasted at a sailing event
Posted on 25 Jul 2018
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Photos

Show photos from

2019 Australian Moth Championships
© Nic Douglass / www.AdventuresofaSailorGirl.com
2019 Australian Moth Championships
© Nic Douglass / www.AdventuresofaSailorGirl.com
2019 Australian Moth Championships
© Nic Douglass / www.AdventuresofaSailorGirl.com
2019 Australian Moth Championships
© Nic Douglass / www.AdventuresofaSailorGirl.com
SRW aboard a foiling Moth
© Advanced Wing Systems
Andrew McDougall taking a dive at the top mark during Race 4
© Emily Scott Images
Matthew Chew being chased down by Reese Tailby and Josh McKnight
© Emily Scott Images
Kirstin Norris and Stacey Jackson battling it to the finish line
© Emily Scott Images
Regatta Winner Josh McKnight
© Emily Scott Images
Fleet action at the 2019 International Moth AUS Championship
© Emily Scott Images
The fleet on the foils for the start of Race 5
© Emily Scott Images
RQYS sailor James Hallam
© Emily Scott Images
Grahame Prosser and Alan Goddard
© Emily Scott Images
Keegan York and Les Thorpe rounding the bottom gate
© Emily Scott Images
James Sainsbury's foiling Moth during the 2018 Grafham Grand Prix
© Tim Olin / www.olinphoto.co.uk
Anything is possible, as the author proves by squeezing 97 kg into a new restored International Moth. Of course the boat still sailed, but it really needed 77kg to be anything like competitive
© Ridge / Henshall
Coming off the foils during the Datchet Flyer - Selden SailJuice Winter Series Round 2
© Tim Olin / www.olinphoto.co.uk
Nick Deussen was the winner of the WA Moth States
© Drew Malcolm
Josh McKnight took out the recent NSW Moth States at Foiling Week
© Martina Orsini
Perth's Swan River which is known for strong winds and flat water
© Perth Sailing Photography
Perth Western Australia provides the perfect race track for Moth sailing
© Drew Malcolm
James Sainsbury having fun on Valkyrie at Rutland
© Nic Streatfeild
James Sainsbury having fun on Valkyrie at Rutland
© Nic Streatfeild
James Sainsbury having fun on Valkyrie at Rutland
© Nic Streatfeild
Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
Moth sailors help winner Anthony Rezzoug celebrate
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
The Moths sailed four races today with reaching starts and finishes.
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
Close racing among the Moth-like one design Onefly class.
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
The Moths were back on the race track today - Martinique Flying Regatta 2018
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
Early lead in the Moths for Benoit Marie, despite a broken wing bar - Martinique Flying Regatta 2018
© Jean-Marie Liot / Martinique Flying Regatta
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