Race Reports

Medley Moth Bowl Sat 9 June Oxford

A high over the UK caused a north easterly off Port Meadow - perfect conditions for the Medley Moth Bowl . As a result 12 British Moths enjoyed super racing. The main feature of the event was the heavily angled startline: competitors had to choose between» Read more

Cam SC Open. A quiet day on the river

Cam Sailing Club British Moth Open for The Cam Coffee Pot Five boats from five different clubs competed in the Cam Sailing Club's British Moth Open on Saturday 5th May. Light variable winds prevailed during the day, but the sun shone, the temperature» Read more

FoSSC Nor for 20th May 2018

Frampton on Severn SC - Notice of Race British Moth Open Meeting Sunday 20th May 2018 Entry fee: £10.00 All enquiries to: Name Tony Latham Tel: 01453 544294 E-mail: lattony@googlemail.com 1. Rules 1.1. The event will be held under the burgee of Frampton-on-Severn» Read more

Cam Coffee Pot – Nor 5th May 2018

CAM SAILING CLUB CB25 9HZ www.camsailingclub.org.uk BRITISH MOTH OPEN FOR THE CAM COFFEE POT Saturday 5th MAY 2018 Entry fee £5 Briefing at 11.00 am First Race at 11.30 am Two further races to follow in the afternoon Hot & cold drinks, lunch &» Read more

Leamington Spa SC hosts 2018 season opener

Leamington Spa Sailing Cub (formerly known as Mid Warwickshire Yacht Club) welcomed 6 visitors and fielded 4 home boats for the British Moth Class season opener on Saturday 7 April 2018. The weather was overcast and the wind was predominantly light and» Read more

British Moths turn turtle Nationals 2017

Staunton Harold Sailing Club provided a grab bag of testing conditions at the British Nationals. There were high winds and exhilarating planing. There were proper Moth conditions – little wind and lots of time to take in the sights. There was more» Read more

Nationals Day 1

Racing started at 1.00pm with only 8 boats on the water. Many Moths felt that their boats were too valuable to be exposed to such wind speeds! Of the 8 boats, 3 retired (1 as they didn't want to win because winning the practice race is bad luck). The» Read more

An Evening at Maidenhead

With the Nationals due in early August, the Maidenhead Open was the last chance for the Moth sailors to size up the opposition. For the first time, the MSC Open was held in the late afternoon, with three races to be held back-to-back. Despite the later» Read more

Hot day at Girton

A diminished band of travellers joined local man Paul Leafe for the Girton Open. This was a joint meeting with the Miracle fleet, so there was plenty of boats on the water to play with. The day started well with Paul’s new sail measuring but as it» Read more

Cam Coffee Pot Report

Four visitors joined four memebers of Cam SC to compete for the annual CAm Coffee Pot. Racing was in a steady force 3 to start, increasing during the day. A North Easterly, although cold for the safety boat crew!, gave a good wind direction on our river» Read more