The much acclaimed WASZP is a one-design foiler designed by Andrew McDougall, aka AMac, world level Moth sailor and designer of the renowned Mach2 foiling Moth. A modern boat, sturdy and accessible both financially and technically, the WASZP redefines the fun of sailing for newbies and confirmed sailors alike. The choice of rig sizes provides options for 40 to 100 kg sailors making it an extremely attractive racing class for both men and women.
Racing is well organized all over the world, and the class enjoyed its first World Games in July 2017 at beautiful Lake Garda. The next World Games are scheduled for January 2019 in Australia, at the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club is located on the banks of the Swan River in Peppermint Grove, near Fremantle (Western Australia).