BREAKING NEWS: MOTH DEVELOPMENT UNVEILED

With this latest moth design – the SK3.355 – we believe, no, we know that by increasing the transom width by over 200% we will have achieved 56.3456897% earlier take off. You know what that means? This moth won’t even need hydrofoils to get flying!* How’s that for extreme?! Watch out Garda…the Fat Bottomed Girl is coming to town.

(*pre-on-the-water test results have confirmed this to be .347% fact).

3 Replies to “BREAKING NEWS: MOTH DEVELOPMENT UNVEILED”

  1. Reminds me of my first moth a Magnum 5. She was a fat bottomed Babe. Hope you fit a rudder with a T-foil or she could be harder to sail than a hydrofoiler.Are you coming to Garda or is the line a wind up? I would like to add you to the competitors list. Either way I have added it as a feature to the IMCA site.All the best,Doug

  2. Not a wind up – she and I will be there. We won’t be racing however, as I am a little bit of a novice when it comes to helming. Thanks,Em

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