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Coming soon – details on Voodoo International Moths availability as well as Foils, Wands and much, much more.
In the meantime, please get in touch.
Since the 2017 Moth Worlds in Garda, we have been working hard on improving the small details. There has been a lot of on the water testing of these improvements in recent weeks and we are very pleased with the results!
Three Voodoo boats contested the 2017 Moth Worlds in Lake Garda . The event was a test for the Voodoo against the best fleet in the world in all conditions and it proved that Voodoo can win races against the best.
We’re looking forward to the Irish Nationals, 28th of Sept to 1st Oct, in National Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire.
Details on Foils , Wands & other moth parts, coming soon…
Chris Allen didn’t want us to write anything here, he says it’s “all about the boat“, but we thought you’d like to know that:
Chris previously worked for Cookson’s Boats, NZ and was part of the team who built yachts such as Falcon2000, Bribon and many more.
When he returned to Ireland he was commissioned to build Corby 30 Velvet Glove, which turned out to be “astonishingly successful”.
He then went on to build Ker 32 Voodoo Chile, winner of her class in the 2004 Rolex Commodore’s Cup and overall winner of the 2004 BMW Around Ireland Race.
Chris has had many other successes in his career, but the Voodoo Moth is his true passion, and as he says, “the boat speaks for itself!“