Doyle Sails Team Riders review Moth Worlds 2021 at Malcesine
The Doyle Sails Moth Team Riders descended on Lake Garda, Italy for the World Championships in August, with some of the biggest names choosing Doyle Sails. With great effort going into innovation and development in the last twelve months, more and more frequently we are seeing these elite athletes choosing to work with Doyle Sails, in one of the most competitive fleets in the world.
For over two years, Kyle Langford has collaborated with Luke Molloy from Doyle Sails Palma to create a range of Moth sails suitable for everyone, Kyle brings a wealth of experience from a range of high performance, Grand Prix sailing campaigns including the Sail GP league, where he holds the position of Wing Trimmer for the Australian SailGP Team, America’s Cup, Maxi Race Yachts including Comanche and onboard Team Brunel in the last Volvo Ocean Race.
The internationally renowned Doyle Sails design team works closely with incredible sailors, all over the world who focus on the finesse required for elite one design sailing. This has allowed a beautifully curated sail straight out of the bag.
Doyle Sails has seen the rise in sailors using our Doyle Stratis Moth sails, including fellow SailGP sailors Phil Robertson, Diego Botin, Nina Curtis, David Gilmour and Tom Johnson, alongside Olympic sailors Tara Pacheco, Simen Kurtbay
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