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The OK dinghy is an International class with strong fleets in the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Poland as well as Australia, New Zealand, India, Korea, Thailand, Malayia. It is the singlehander sailed in the Asian Games every four years. In the UK there is a strong open meeting circuit as well as International competition just across the channel, for example Keele Week, the Spring Cup at Medemblik & Warnemunde Week. Clubs racing for the OK is mainly on the East and South coasts.

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Show news OK Travellers at POSH 2019
Mixing it up with 16 other classes at the Paignton Open for Single Handers
Posted on 21 May
Open letter to World Sailing from OKDIA
OK class expresses dissatisfaction about the Finn decision
Posted on 2 May
OK Dinghy Spring Event Preview
A busy few weeks ahead with a flurry of events to choose from
Posted on 30 Apr
Fredrik Lööf is new OK Dinghy World No. 1
Only the seventh sailor to hold the No.1 place in the 14 years of the ranking list
Posted on 9 Apr
OK Sprint Championships at Burghfield
AKA The Burghfield Blaster
Posted on 28 Mar
Individualistic choice of OK Dinghy Equipment
One of the overriding concepts from the man who created the class
Posted on 21 Mar
National 12s and OKs set for Burghfield
2019 Gul Series and HD Sails Inland Series kick off on Saturday
Posted on 12 Mar
OKs at the Dinghy Show - Join Team 2022 now!
So why should you stop by for a chat?
Posted on 28 Feb
Everything is OK at Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds
An outstanding success both on and off the water
Posted on 19 Feb
Big Symonite OK Worlds fleet in NZ bodes well
The renaissance in the OK Dinghy looks to be assured after the Symonite OK Worlds in Auckland
Posted on 17 Feb
Slater under pressure for Symonite OK Worlds win
Dan Slater learned to sail on the North Shore venue for the 2019 Symonite OK Worlds
Posted on 17 Feb
North Sails Weekly Debrief
OK Dinghy World Champ, See you there, J/24 Class Leader, Headstay Sag
Posted on 16 Feb
Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland overall
Dan Slater secures the World OK Dinghy title for New Zealand
Posted on 15 Feb
Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland day 4
Dan Slater has extended his lead to 11 points on the penultimate day
Posted on 14 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds: Seven Kiwis in Top Ten - Day 4
"Make a call then execute" was the strategy for success on Day 4 of the OK Worlds
Posted on 14 Feb
Kiwi extends points lead in Symonite OK Worlds
Two races were sailed on Day 3 of the Symonite OK Worlds in the typical Takapuna offshore breeze
Posted on 13 Feb
Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland day 3
Early morning showers gave way to a beautiful, hot and sunny day by race time
Posted on 12 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds: Three way tie for lead - Day 2
After a two hour postponement, the classic Takapuna offshore breeze arrived for Day 2 of the Symonit
Posted on 11 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds day 2: Armit takes joint lead
Joining day one leader, Andrew Phillips in the fleet of 111 sailors
Posted on 11 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds: An elemental battle - Day 1
The 111 boat fleet struggled with the elements more so than with each other.
Posted on 10 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds day 1: Three kiwis lead fleet
Kiwi sailors filled the top three places in the only race sailed on the opening day
Posted on 10 Feb
Big fleet to start in 2019 Symonite OK Worlds
The 111 boat fleet assembled for the 2019 Symonite World titles had a final practice race today
Posted on 9 Feb
North Sails Weekly Debrief
Stars + Stripes choose North, North U., OK Dinghy Class Leader, Helix
Posted on 9 Feb
Symonite OK Worlds attract 111 entries
One hundred and eleven OK Dinghies from eight nations have gathered at Wakatere BC
Posted on 9 Feb
Sustainability high priority at OK Dinghy Worlds
Best practicebecoming second nature at Wakatere Boating Club
Posted on 6 Feb
Pre-worlds OK Dinghy Nationals in Auckland
Jan Kurfeld opened his challenge for this year's world title fight with a win
Posted on 4 Feb
OK Nationals: Overseas sailors dominate prelim
Germany's Jan Kurfeld won the Open 2019 OK Dinghy New Zealand National Championship at Wakatere BC
Posted on 3 Feb
Kiwi OK Dinghy World Championship: Preview, Part 2
Around 110 OK Dinghies are expected to be competing in the largest event
Posted on 30 Jan
Kiwi OK Dinghy World Championship: Preview
The largest ever OK Dinghy event ever to be held outside Europe
Posted on 28 Jan
Australian OK Dinghy Nationals conclude
Light winds at Black Rock with an 11th title for Roger Blasse
Posted on 3 Jan
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Anthony Osman wins the OK Travellers at the POSH Regatta
© Mary Reddyhoff
OK Travellers at the POSH Regatta
© Rhiannon Jones
OK Travellers at the POSH Regatta
© Rhiannon Jones
Line 'em up
© Kevan Bloor
OKs at Upper Thames
© UTSC
Thomas Hansson-Mild
© Robert Deaves
Greg Wilcox
© Robert Deaves
The 2019 European Championship is being held in Kiel as part of Kieler Woche.
© Robert Deaves
Fredrik Lööf
© Robert Deaves
OK Sprint Championship at Burghfield
© Mary Reddyhoff
OK Sprint Championship at Burghfield
© Iain White
OK Sprint Championship at Burghfield
© Mary Reddyhoff
OK Sprint Championship at Burghfield
© Mary Reddyhoff
OK Sprint Championship at Burghfield
© Jonathan Howe
The OK Dinghy fleet at the 2019 World Championship
© Robert Deaves
Josh Armit sailed a 35 year old Icebreaker into third place - 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship
© Robert Deaves
Dan Slater's winning hull was a Dan Leech design - 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship
© Robert Deaves
The 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship was held in Auckland
© Robert Deaves
Judging for the Concours d'Elegance at the RYA Dinghy Show
© Mark Jardine
The OK - Sail Club Class - In comfort and in style
© Robert Deaves
2019 Symonite OK World Championship
© Robert Deaves
2019 Symonite OK World Championship
© Robert Deaves
The Modern OK Dinghy
© Robert Deaves
2019 Symonite OK World Championship - February 12, 2019
© Richard Gladwell
2019 Symonite OK World Championship - February 12, 2019
© Richard Gladwell
2019 Symonite OK World Championship - February 12, 2019
© Richard Gladwell
John Douglas (369), who was top Youth in the inaugural NZ OK Dinghy Nationals in January 1964, competed in the 2019 Symonite OK Worlds, 55 years later, beating his younger brother Martin (586)
© Richard Gladwell
Fredrik Lööf - 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship
© Robert Deaves
Dan Slater - 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship
© Robert Deaves
Alistair Deaves - 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship
© Robert Deaves
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