Moth coaching is our speciality. With access to our fleet that includes Bladeriders and the new Waszp you will not find a more suitable location to Learn to Fly. Foiling at first look can appear to be fraught with difficulty but the reality is that if you are relatively fit, less than 90kg and can sail a planing dinghy with confidence then Moth sailing is attainable for you. With the most experienced foiling coaches in the world and an environment that takes away the stresses involved in launching, landing and sailing the moth you will quickly find yourself at the point of no return and ordering your new boat after the first day! There will be no going back to the water huggers of the past.
The course is always undertaken with low numbers..a maximum of 3 to ensure that you get enough boat time as well as learning from your colleagues and having a well deserved rest as learning can be initially, quite strenuous!
Coaching is undertaken from a rib from which we can remain in close contact with the sailor through use of a waterproof helmet comms. system.
Try Fly: (2 hours) £275 or €300
This course is for very experienced sailors only who want to have a go. This involves launching directly from the side of our rib and if you are competent then you will be quickly foiling in a straight line. The price includes Coaching, moth rental, rib rental and buoyancy aid,
Learn to Fly: (3 x 2 hour sailing sessions plus land based theory over 2 -3 days) £850 or €995
This course is for those who really want to know the basics about foiling or who are considering making a purchase. The coaching, spread over a minimum of 2 days includes all the theory and on water coaching to get you through: how the boat works. rigging, pre flight checks & safety. Launching/Landing. Entering the boat. The secure position. Turning around. Tiller and main sheet management. Sailing fundamentals of weight, steering & trim. Controlling the boat when foiling. Points of sailing and Speeding up the turns. We offer a wind guarantee where you can come back free of charge should the wind not co-operate, this has only happened once in 5 years, so reliable is the wind in the Mar Menor.