Moth Euro Cup
Following the success of the previous seasons we are excited to present you the 2018 series, which includes five regattas all over Europe. The Series kicks off with its first Act in May in Slovenia and ends with the season finale in Italy at beautiful Lake Garda / Torbole.
The MothEuroCup will feature breathtaking racing across Europe.

Act 1 – Slovenia – Portoroz  25.05.-27.05.2018
Act 2 – Germany – Tegernsee  31.05.-03.06.2018
Act 3 – Austria – Achensee  15.06.-17.06.2018
Act 4 – Switzerland – Lake Geneve  07.09.-09.09.2018
Act 5 – Italy – Lake Garda  14.09.-16.09.2018


Events and Ranking
We decided to push the existing regattas by using the national Championships of the countries close to the center of Europe. This year we try a new ranking system with this formula:
((No. of Competitors + 1) – sailed Points / no. of Races) * (100 / No. of Competitors)
That means, an Event with more competitors and/or races is worth a bit more than an event with less competitors and/or races.

The Moth
The International Moth is a spectacular, highspeed, one person sailing class which is raced around the world. Highly flexible rules encourage innovation.
The class has existed for over 75 years and is always evolving, as designers and sailors innovate together for increased performance. The latest designs are built from 100% carbon fibre and are capable of sailing at over 30 knots on hydrofoils, which keep the boats suspended above the water.

The foiling Moth Class has been attracting more and more high profile sailors wanting to sail this breath-taking boat and to be part of the fun. Sailors like Olympic Champions Freddie Loof and Ian Jensen or Volvo Around the World Race veteran Rob Greenhalgh and America’s Cup sailors Nathan Outteridge and Peter Burling all sail the Moth not only for honing their sailing skills but also to enjoy the effortless high speeds and camaraderie that the moth class provides. These are only a few of the best sailors in the world that are attracted to the moth class. There are many more joining in for the thrill.

International Moth