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The current International moth is a result of merging two separate but similar historical developments. The first occurred in Australia in 1928 when Len Morris built a cat rigged (single sail) flat bottomed scow to sail on Andersons’ Inlet at … Continued

Franks Foiler

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By 1970 I had been interested in hydrofoils for some time as a member of the Amateur Yacht Research Society, and I had made several successful sailing models. It occurred to me that any high performance racing dinghy should make … Continued

Brett Foils

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I found these photos – they are from 2001 and this is Brett Burvill’s boat, the first time a modern skiff went ‘two legging it’ The front foil was laminated on – no wand, no flap, no angle of attack … Continued

Len Morris

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The following are actual (gif) image copies of an original document typed by Len Morris around 1963 on International Moth Class History.

Home Builders

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A list of some resources for Home builders: Facebook Moth Homebuilders http://archive.moth-sailing.org/history/home_build

Get Involved in the New Website

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The IMCA Website is currently being overhauled to make it more useful to International Moth Community and New sailors looking to join the class.

Buying a Moth

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If you are looking to buy an International Moth for sale mothmart.com is the place. All equipment has been placed in to convenient categories to help you find what you are looking for.