Monthly Archives: January 2011

Steve Nicholson Race

5 Moths rocked up at Northampton SC for the 2011 Steve Nicholson Race. There wasn’t much wind when we turned up, but thankfully we weren’t starting until after midday which gave a bit of time for the forecast 10 mph … Continue reading

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It’s Miller time

No I’ve not started drinking again. Yet. Nope, it’s that time of year again. I’m up in Nottingham getting the latest round of Ellway foils machined up. The very fast and skinny foils of last year are making way for … Continue reading

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Down in Flames

Well, I think it’s safe to say the ashes will be staying in Australia this time around… I’d like to congratulate Nathan on a dominating performance on a relatively level playing field shows him to be a true class act. … Continue reading

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Bloody Mary 2011

11 Mothies braved the most reasonable forecast anyone has seen at QM for a long time. We arrived to find it blowing dogs off chains but due to the forecast drop after lunch and non freezing temperatures no-one was too … Continue reading

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Ninja – top foiler at the Bloody Mary 2011

Mike Cooke sailed his Ninja to 10th place at the 2011 Bloody Mary, making him top foiler on the day. Alex Adams was next in line, in 25th, also using Ninja foils. 2011 is shaping up to be a good … Continue reading

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We are soon to be taking stock of the popular Velocitek GPS units. Owners of Aardvark boats will get 10% off RRP and there will be a mount for both the Speedpuck and ProStart shortly. For more information or to … Continue reading

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UK Winter event pre entry

For all you fellow winter idiots out there, here are the links for the rest of the Moth winter series events. So far we’ve had the Tide Ride and the Grafham Grand prix, although it looks like no-one went to … Continue reading

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