The Moth sailboat class has been around since the 1920’s. While rules require that builders adhere to certain parameters, there has been a recent radical shift in design.
The Mach II is the most successful iteration of the foiling Moth, a boat that literally flies on inline hydrofoils. It’s creator is Australian engineer and entrepreneur, Andrew McDougall, himself a world-class sailor.
Andrew is determined to wrestle the No.1 title from Olympic sailor, Nathan Outteridge at the 2012 World Championships on Italy’s beautiful Lake Garda.
This is the story of a state-of-the-art racing machine and the personalities that brought it into being.