So you wanna foil, do ya, punk? Well, now’s your chance. Conceived as an entry-level alternative to the Moth, the Australian-designed foiling Waszp, built by McConaghy Boats in China, is a thing of beauty. While the Moth class is successful worldwide, the boats are difficult to sail, expensive and high-maintenance. Waszp creator and top Moth sailor Andrew McDougall, of KA Sail, recognized the need for an everyman’s foiler, and with an entourage of high-performance tinkerers, he spent several years developing the Waszp, which is a class-legal Moth but better priced and more forgiving to sail. It’s also a heck of a lot easier to launch than a Moth, which is a bigger deal than one might imagine. With the Waszp, you can sail off the beach with the foils up, drop them once in deeper water, attach the bow-mounted wand’s nipple fitting to the main foil, and off you go.