Wing is go.

By Rigging Projects,

So – today the Moth worlds start and Charlie McKee is driving ‘THE’ wing in its first major competition. Will it work? That’s the big question. Right or wrong, the jury on the eve of the regatta is out. Check this:

Steppin it

By Rigging Projects,

‘Moth week’ (or rather fortnight…) continuous here on Rigging News as we are back from a relaxing Christmas / New Year break. Check out Charlie McKee and Rob Patterson, taking you through the stepping of a wing. 

Authorisation for Class Rule Change – Wingsails

By Rigging Projects,

Permission from the IMCA is hereby given for the following class rule changes to be implemented for the 2010-11 Australian Championship and 2011 World Championship only. The following new class rule is added for this event only: 9.12 If the rig is a wing sail it is to be measured in its entirety according to  … Read more


CST Composites renews their support of the Moth Class

By Rigging Projects,

Long time supporter and title sponsor of the 2008 and 2009 Moth World Championships, CST Composites has renewed their support of the Moth Class for the Zhik 2011 Moth Worlds. Clive Watts, general manager of CST Composites has generously donated one of CST’s new high modulus rectangular booms for the winner of the junior division  … Read more


Bent it

By Rigging Projects,

A bad day at the 420 worlds for the GBR girls.