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Nick Craig OK Dinghy Masterclass at the RYA Dinghy Show 2018

by Rodney Tidd 12 Feb 18:30 GMT Stand B40, 3 March 2018
Nick Craig Masterclass 2018 brought to you by the British OK Dinghy Association and Harken © Alistair & Robert Deaves

If you are attending the 2018 RYA Dinghy Show on 3rd March and are keen to learn how to improve your dinghy racing performance, then there is only one place to be at 11.30 on the Saturday. Nick Craig, currently supported by Harken is giving a Masterclass followed by a short question and answer session on the International OK Dinghy British Class Association stand in the Great Hall (Stand B40).

Nick is the record 5 time OK world champion, and with countless other World, European, national and Endeavour championships to his name, is probably the greatest amateur dinghy sailor in the world. Nick started his International career in the International OK Dinghy and says it is still his favourite class.

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