Dinghy sailing is the activity of sailing small boats by using five essential controls:the sailsthe foils (i.e. the oard or centreboard and rudder and sometimes lifting foils as found on the Moth).the trim rward/rear angle of the t in the water)side to side balance of the dinghy by movement of the crew, particularly in indy weather ("move fast or swim").the choice of route (in terms of existing and anticipated wind shifts, possible obstacles, other er traffic, currents, tides etc.).When racing, the above skills need to be refined and additional skills and chniques learned, such as the application of the "racing rules of sailing", boat ndling skills when starting and when nding marks, and knowledge of tactics and strategy. Racing tactics include iling so as to minimise the effect of other competitor's sails on your speed, or to influence their movements ur advantage.Those shared challenges, and the variability of the weather and sea can make dinghy sailing and racing a fascinating and rewarding reational sport: physically, mentally, and in terms of personal lationships with other crew member(s), competitors, and organizers. The RYA, regulating authority for sail training in the UK and Europe, states that "With a reliance on nature and the elements, sailing ... is about adventure, ration, There has always been a need for small nder boats for transporting goods and personnel to and from nchored sailing ships.