Monthly Archives: November 2009

Breeze on

Saturday saw 5 of the Bristol mothies out on the water for what was supposed to be a mini coaching event but as the breeze was gusting over 25 knots at times there was a bit too much on to … Continue reading

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Finally – Water!

While Saturday was just plain too windy to go sailing, Simon Hindley and myself made it down the club to do some boatwork and we were both surprised to find the lake has come up a metre in the last … Continue reading

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The one equipment rule

For anyone who has listened to the latest Mothcast I thought I’d chime in with my 2pence worth… There is already a one equipment rule. It is an unwritten rule. Have one set and use it 100%. The finer points … Continue reading

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2010 Ninja in action

Here is the first picture of the new 2010 Ninja in action down in Torquay. She promises to be a beauty!

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Ninja 2010

After a few weeks of hard graft post-wedding, the new 2010 Ninja is now in production (ok, about as production as we get here – we build to order). Tweaks include a new nose shape, with the mast a bit … Continue reading

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Ninja gets results

The UK Moth Nationals took place last week and saw a new national champion crowned! Cookie, sailing the prototype Ninja, took three race wins and the overall trophy after a hard fought battle with Rod Harris in his Prowler Zero … Continue reading

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Moth prices updated

The International Moth page now has an up-to-date price list on it, along with a list of optional extras. This season has kept me pretty busy with foils for conversions and homebuilds. I am going to carry on supplying foils … Continue reading

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