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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 Kiel Week, the Spring Cup at Medemblik and Warnemunde Week. Club racing for the OK is mainly on the East and South coasts.

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Show news Statement from the OK Dinghy Class
On the situation with COVID-19 and its events schedule
Posted on 3 Apr
OK Dinghy World Rankings
Thomas Hansson-Mild stays on top
Posted on 27 Mar
Hamble Warming Pan 2020 welcomes OKs
For their rescheduled Winter Championship on 29th March
Posted on 12 Mar
OK dinghy class launch Euro League
The series will start at the ever-popular Spring Cup in Medemblik
Posted on 10 Mar
The OK Dinghy class at the RYA Dinghy Show
A home-built boat and a variety of professional builders present too
Posted on 21 Feb
2020 Adelaide National Regatta overall
Finn, OK Dinghy and Mosquito national champions crowned
Posted on 11 Jan
2020 Adelaide National Regatta after day 3
National championships for Finn, OK Dinghy and Mosquito classes started to take shape
Posted on 8 Jan
2019 Sail Brisbane - Day 2 action-shots
A gallery of images from day 2 of 2019 Sail Brisbane
Posted on 8 Dec 2019
2019 Sail Brisbane overall
Sail Brisbane regatta concluded today on the waters of Waterloo Bay
Posted on 8 Dec 2019
2019 Sail Brisbane - Day 1 action-shots
Sail Brisbane day one images
Posted on 7 Dec 2019
Sustainability is Fundamentally OK
British take lesson from Kiwis on eco-friendly boat building and races
Posted on 22 Nov 2019
OK Dinghy World Ranking final list of the year
Thomas Hansson-Mild remains world number 1
Posted on 13 Nov 2019
OKs at South Staffs
A challenging day's sailing for the 17 sailors
Posted on 30 Sep 2019
OK Dinghy UK Nationals at Abersoch overall
Starting with a bang, building to a crescendo, ending with a whimper
Posted on 10 Sep 2019
OK Dinghy UK Nationals at Abersoch days 1 & 2
One of the strongest fleets in a while
Posted on 7 Sep 2019
International OK Dinghy Queensland Championship
Held over the weekend at Southport Yacht Club
Posted on 19 Aug 2019
Swedish OK National Championship in Marstrand
Thomas Hansson-Mild dominates the event to take his 14th National title
Posted on 8 Aug 2019
Thomas Hansson-Mild is new OK Dinghy World No. 1
Swedish sailor has had a very successful season so far
Posted on 10 Jul 2019
OKs at Overy Staithe
Strong tide leads to racing being held in the harbour
Posted on 10 Jul 2019
English Braids support the 2019 OK Nationals
Being held at
Posted on 6 Jul 2019
OK Dinghy Europeans overall
Fredrik Lööf successfully defends title
Posted on 25 Jun 2019
Kiel Week day 4
Hunger quenches his thirst for a 22nd title
Posted on 25 Jun 2019
Kiel Week day 3
Lining up for some tense showdowns
Posted on 24 Jun 2019
OK Dinghy Europeans day 3
Fredrik Lööf closing in on title defence
Posted on 24 Jun 2019
Kiel Week day 2
75 races in dream-like conditions
Posted on 24 Jun 2019
OK Dinghy Europeans day 2
Lebrun and Lööf take wins on the second day in Kiel
Posted on 24 Jun 2019
Kiel Week 2019 day 1
Lööf dominating OK, Hunger & Jess leading in the 505s
Posted on 23 Jun 2019
OK Dinghy Europeans day 1
Fredrik Lööf takes early lead in title defence at Kiel
Posted on 23 Jun 2019
OK Dinghy Europeans preview
This year the competition will be even tougher than usual
Posted on 21 Jun 2019
Kiel Week: OK European Championship
2.4mR: Together for inclusion - cooperation with World Sailing - two in one sweep?
Posted on 18 Jun 2019
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Thomas Hansson-Mild sailing in Marstrand in 2019
© Robert Deaves
The OK class joins the Hamble Warming Pan 2020
© Robert Deaves
Dave Bourne's home-built OK dinghy
© Dave Bourne
The OK class at the RYA Dinghy Show
© Bill Bradburn
Dave Bourne's home-built OK dinghy
© Dave Bourne
Dave Bourne's home-built OK dinghy
© Dave Bourne
The OK Dinghy racing was close and competitive - 2020 Adelaide National Regatta
© Brad Halstead
The OK Dinghy fleet has seen a total of 32 entries - 2020 Adelaide National Regatta
© Brad Halstead
2019 Sail Brisbane - Day 1
© Mitch Pearson / Surf Sail Kite
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy - flat pack CNC-cut parts fit in the car
© OK Oz
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy - assembling the boat in the supplied jig
© OK Oz
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy
© OK Oz
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy
© OK Oz
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy - assembling the boat in the supplied jig
© OK Oz
Damien Widdy (Australia) builds his own OK dinghy
© OK Oz
Swedish Championship in Marstrand - 2020 World's venue
© Robert Deaves
Fredrik Lööf - OK Dinghy European Championship
© Robert Deaves
Tomasz Gaj
© Robert Deaves
Dan Slater on his way to winning the 2019 OK Worlds, Wakatere Boating Club
© Richard Gladwell / Sail-World.com
Will Croxford during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Bill Bradburn during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Tom Temple during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Ben Pickering during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Ian Hopwood, Keith MaCaulay & Will Croxford during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Will Croxford during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Ollie Goodhead chasing Tom Temple during the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Ed Bradburn wins the South Staffs OK Open
© SSSC
Dave Bourne leads Fergus Barnham down the reach during the OK Nationals at Abersoch
© Peter Hawkins / SCYC
Fergus Barnham, Luke Gower and Alex Scoles at the leeward mark during the OK Nationals at Abersoch
© Peter Hawkins / SCYC
Ian Harris claiming the 'Dick of the Day' Yellow suit for capsizing onto the committee boat during the OK Nationals at Abersoch
© Sue Byers
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