2014: Hayling Island, UK: NATHAN OUTTERIDGE (mach 2)


2013: Hawaii, USA: BORA GULARI (mach 2)


2012: Campione Del Garda, Italy: JOSH McKNIGHT (mach 2)


2011: Belmont, Australia: NATHAN OUTTRIDGE (mach 2)


2010: Dubai: SIMON PAYNE (mach 2)


2009: Cascade Locks, USA: BORA GULARI (mach 2)


McDougall & McConaghy spent many years working together to develop high performance moth designs that could be cost effectively mass produced yet capable of winner world championships in a class that has been dominated by highly technical one off designs. When it was apparent the demise of the production moth project that both McDougall and McConaghy Boats had been instrumental in was inevitable McDougall and McConaghy got together to come up with the MACH2. It was an immediate success and the rest is history. The MACH2 dominates the moth world in a field of sailing where development never leases. A perfect environment for McDougall and McConaghy to excel.