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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 A big year ahead for the International Moth Class
A calendar full of events both at home and internationally
Posted on 20 Jan
2021: The Data Is In
The push towards data-driven performance enhancement rolls on
Posted on 17 Jan
Arrested development
Has the restricted development genre had its day?
Posted on 23 Dec 2021
The New 'Supercharged' Sensor from Cyclops
The smallest, lightest, strongest, most versatile load sensor
Posted on 17 Dec 2021
Lennon Sails 2021 End of Season Round-Up
Championship wins across the I14, Canoe and foiling Moth classes
Posted on 17 Dec 2021
A Game Changer
Olympian Dylan Fletcher experiences latest innovation from Cyclops Marine
Posted on 10 Dec 2021
Slingsby wins Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award
Securing 29% of the votes in celebration of his achievements
Posted on 3 Dec 2021
International Moth Lowrider Nationals at Burton
25 boats registered and attended for a thrash around the reservoir
Posted on 4 Nov 2021
Lowrider International Moths Nationals preview
A fresh to frightening proposition at Burton this weekend
Posted on 29 Oct 2021
Moth Top Tips with Brad Funk
Chat with the winner of the Inlands at Rutland
Posted on 15 Oct 2021
Moth Inlands at Rutland
Dominating shifts in the sunshine
Posted on 12 Oct 2021
Sunshine, splicing but no sailing
On day 1 of the Moth Inlands at Rutland
Posted on 9 Oct 2021
Moths descend on Rutland Water for Inlands
A tricky predicted forecast has done little to dampen the enthusiasm
Posted on 8 Oct 2021
That's a wrap for the Moth Worlds
140 Moths buzzing around with just the sound of the foils cutting through the water
Posted on 13 Sep 2021
Int Moth Worlds: Kiwis do well in big fleet
Jo Aleh finished second in the Womens, and Phil Robertson was sixth in Open Moth Worlds
Posted on 11 Sep 2021
Tom Slingsby wins Moth Worlds 2021
Using the North Bi9 DSX Decksweeper
Posted on 8 Sep 2021
The Bieker Moth – Top 6 at 2021 Moth Worlds
Fast just got redefined at the 2021 Moth Worlds with the Bieker Moth being the boat of choice
Posted on 8 Sep 2021
Inspirational
It's such an important word in any sport
Posted on 7 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds overall
Dominant Slingsby retains the title with two races to space
Posted on 7 Sep 2021
Moth Worlds - it's all about having fun...
...and Francesco Bruni is definitely having more fun
Posted on 7 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds day 4
Italian resurgence, New Zealand breaks into the top 5
Posted on 6 Sep 2021
Moth Worlds. Thinking about weight distribution.
Nicolai Jacobsen and gold fleet racing
Posted on 6 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds day 3
Australians dominate as the finals series begins
Posted on 5 Sep 2021
Moth Worlds 2021: conservative starts...
...and clear lanes to the shoreline
Posted on 4 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds day 2
Slingsby continues his perfect start on Lake Garda
Posted on 3 Sep 2021
Moth Worlds: who will be tomorrow's superstars?
Nicolai Jacobsen walking with giants
Posted on 3 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds day 1
A stable 8 to 12 knots Ora for the 150 foilers at Lake Garda
Posted on 3 Sep 2021
2021 International Moth Worlds starts today
An entry of over 150 competitors gathered at Lake Garda, Italy
Posted on 2 Sep 2021
Nicolai Jacobsen (HKG) wins Moth Pre-Worlds
Stiff competition as Worlds start tomorrow on Lake Garda
Posted on 1 Sep 2021
Wetsuit Outlet UK Moth Nationals overall
Title goes down to the wire on the edge of control
Posted on 17 Aug 2021
Links
International Moth UK Nationals Attendance
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The early Skols were great for offering an easy route into International Moth sailing, but the cockpit layout left something to be desired
© Sami
A great hull, well made by Rondars, in the Skol 3 design
© David Henshall
A beautiful example of a vintage International Moth
© Lowrider Moths
Foiling Week
© Martina Orsini / Foiling Week
Tom Slingsby at 2019 Moth World Championship
© Martina Orsini
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Warlock, Skol
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Well-sailed wider boats performed well in the shifty conditions
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Start line action
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: The Axemans 7 and 6 of Martin Harrison and Nigel Williams
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Uncle Nigel keeping a close on Martin
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Skol, Duflos, Imperium Scow
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Nigel Williams - Axeman 6
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Skippy, Margnum 9.9 and Magnum 5
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Nigel Williams - Axeman 6
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Magnum 7's of Lyndon Beasley and Graham Hughes
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Matt Pritchard - Skippy 2
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Martin Harrison - Axeman 7
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Ian Marshall - Magnum 6
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Katie Hughes - Skippy
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: John Butler - Ultra Fat Bastard
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: John Edwards - Hungry Tiger
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: First mark, Race 2
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: First reach, Race 1
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Hungry Tigers chasing Magnum 6
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: George Edwards - Hungry Tiger
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Close quarters in Race 4
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: First beat, Race 2
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: Esther Morrice - Imperium Scow
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moth Nationals at Burton: A domestic battle between Skippy and Dragon
© Kevin Hope
Lowrider International Moths Nationals: Imperiumm Scow
© David Henshall