AMac introduces the WASPZ

Foiling for the everyman unveiled at Foiling Week. Including video of the presentation

Wednesday July 1st 2015, Author: James Boyd, Location: Italy

After some while talking about it...Moth guru Andrew McDougall, designer of the Bladerider and Mach 2 has used Foiling Week on Lake Garda to present his 'Moth for the people' the WASZP.

“Foiling Week just rocks, because it brings sailors and designers together to exchange ideas and of course race at a beautiful spot.”

Compared to his Mach2 foiling Moth, the WASZP is accessible to a wider range of sailors in terms of cost, weight and skill.

The choice of three rigs provides options for 40 to 100kg sailors while its adjustable wings fold up for ease of storage. It also provides a more stable platform for beginner foilers to advanced racers.

The retractable alloy foils make launching and retrieving as quick and easy as any other dinghy. Sailors will find that even in non-foiling conditions, this new boat is fast and fun to sail and race.

The aim is to quickly establish the WASZP as an ISAF international manufacturer controlled class and make it a fun racing class with new disciplines.

The price of the boat will be half that of the Mach 2 and it will be a strict one design.


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