Australian International Moth Association
#getamoth You know you want to
A Moth is not a Moth unless it has a measurement certificate and you have the ISAF plaque on your hull that also gives you your sail number. The measurers insist on it and the have never been known to accept bribes to look past this so it is easier just to get it.
The ICF (international class fee) plaque is a receipt for a levy imposed by World Sailing on all new international class boats. Most commercial builders buy these and attach them pre-delivery, however home-builders will need to source their own. Its the rectangular blue sticker with the World Sailing logo, the statement International Moth and a number. The number on the plaque is your moth’s sail number.
You don't need to be a member of the association to buy a plaque. Anyone can get one.
The Australian Assocaiation carries a small number of plaques to support home builders and small batch builders. When ordering from the National Association we will not send out your personal details when ordering from IMCA.
Order from the IMCA AUS
Email the Australian class treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
We will contact you with payment details and request how you would like your information handled and the plaque delivered. Once the international association has received the funds, the plaque will be mailed to you either directly, or via the secretary depending on your preferences.
Order from the International Treasurer
Email the International Treasurer email@example.com
They will contact you with payment details and request your mailing address. Once the international association has received the funds, the plaque will be mailed to you directly.
Note: Many banks are now placing restrictions on small value international transfers, and so you may be unable to pay the international association directly. For purchasers of 1 or 2, it would be best to go through the Australian Assocation and it will also save you on internatioanl transfer fees.