Paul and I have been talking for some time. The day wasn’t perfect, but Paul enjoyed the ride and saw the potential of the OK. The room and comfort of the cockpit compared to his Laser was noted. Bright Sun, 35˚ C, 1.34 m/s ave wind speed an hour before Local Apparent Noon.
18 [457mm] x 24 [610mm] inch mount, 9  x 12  inch image, India Ink on Bristol Paper. Based on Rob Coutts Photograph, India Ink Illustration by James Bland . For sale to any interested collector / US OK Dinghy RA Patron, pricing provided on request. [From OKD Worlds 2019, Wakatere ]. Artist proof 1/1.
Speaking about the recent growth in the class, he said “I think the fact that we get so many former Olympians and professional sailors adding to the class, that just makes the class more interesting and more attractive and the boats these days are just super fantastic with a super finish.”
We have a project, to remake a community of some of the best sailors on the planet. The USOKDRA will be at the center of this community providing communication and guidance for the racing and building of the OK Dinghy, but we can’t do it without you.
Attention on Deck – the United States OK Dinghy Racing Association [USOKDRA] is officially formed as a not for profit Corporation in Texas, has an Executive Board, a custodial bank account, a tax identification number and has applied for 501.c.3 tax exempt status with the US Treasury IRS [Pending] – we are officially open for business.
We can receive donated boats, sponsorships, patronage, Associate Memberships, Full Memberships for boat owners all to support our organization whose purpose is to promote and develop OK Dinghy Racing in the United States.
Thank you – that is all