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Atomik Lithium Moth on the Marlow Ropes stand at the RYA Dinghy Show

by Mark Jardine 6 Mar 2019 03:00 PST 2-3 March 2019
(l-r) David Mossman, Matt Ponsford and Phil Oligario with the Atomik Lithium Moth at the RYA Dinghy Show 2019 © Mark Jardine

Mark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com, speaks with Phil Oligario of Atomic UK and David Mossman of Marlow Ropes about the new design and the challenges of building and rigging the boat, the aims for design, the RYA Dinghy Show itself and David's Marlow Rope Shows.

Find out more at www.marlowropes.com and www.atomikuk.com

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