As the world begins to open up, the WASZP class is taking full advantage of any opportunity to connect its community
Being No.2 they try harder and since production began in late 2016 over 800 WASZP foiling dinghies have been produced worldwide
Joan Costa of Spain successfully defended his first place in the final three races held Saturday at the WASPZ Europeans on Lake Garda
Sixty foilers from the A-class, Moth and WASZP classes took part in the Easter foiling event at Univela Campione at Lake Garda in Italy
Britain’s Rory Hunter took overall victory at the Waszp International Games after a fourth place finish in the final race – Video here
Rory Hunter of Britain has a six point lead after eight races completed at the Waszp International Games in Australia
Tom Trotman, the new Australian National Champion, takes a one point lead on the opening day of the Waszp Games at the Royal Freshwater Bay YC.
Britain’s Rory Hunter took second behind Aussie Tom Trotman at the Waszp Australian Nationals.
First the Moth, then the Waszp, and now there is the Mothquito, a high performance flying catamaran one-design with an innovative design and full carbon construction
Following the decision at the recent WASZP European Championships the class has announced to adoption of a new, larger foil