The 2018 OK Dinghy World Championship in Warnemünde, Germany got underway Tuesday with two races in a solid 12-18 knots. Jan Kurfeld is the early leader from André Budzien and Lars Johan Brodtkorb. Each won a race in their groups, while the other race win went to Fredrik Lööf. Continue reading Four races and four winners on opening day of OK Dinghy World Championship in Warnemünde
A huge fleet of around 140 OK Dinghies from ten countries is all set to begin the 2018 World Championship in Warnemünde, Germany. It is the second largest OK Dinghy world championship fleet ever and underlines the growing relevance of the class on the international stage.
Due to high winds, no racing took lace on the first two days of Warnemünder Woche.
We have been sent the following information regarding camping during the Worlds.
Camping_2018 [PDF, 700kb]
Also note that breakfast will be provided at the club free of charge every day of the world championship.