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So we seek your input please – pimps & bimbles; features ie where you went sailing this year; hints & tips on sailing the DZ; events you’re going to etc etc

National Championships Postponed to 2021, Entry is Open

The 2020 Nationals have been postponed until 25-27th June 2021, and Sponsors RSK & Tunnocks have agreed to roll onto 2021. For more information please click here.

Entry to the 2021 nationals is open. You can get to the entry form by clicking here.

Class Rules Update

The latest version of the class rules have now been released. You can see a summary of the changes by clicking here or you can jump straight to the Rules page by clicking here.

2020 AGM

The 2020 AGM was held virtually. All paid up members should have been emailed with the joining details, and the AGM minutes will be provided online asap for members to see.

Upcoming Events

The D-Zero Winter Series 2020/2021 is planned to proceed via the Sailjuice Series. Pre-entry is a must, you can pre enter all events by clicking here. Covid restrictions may apply and will be advised once registered or on the Sailjuice website.

Provisional Calendar is here:

21 & 22 November 2020 – Fernhurst Books Draycote Dash (TBC),  Draycote Water Sailing Club. Postponed to 6 & 7 March
5 & 6 December 2020 – Datchet Flyer, Datchet Water Sailing Club
27 December 2020 – Burghfield Brass Monkey, Burghfield Sailing Club
3 January 2021 – Grafham Grand Prix (TBC), Grafham Water Sailing Club
9 January 2021 – Bloody Mary (Cancelled), Queen Mary Sailing Club. Alternative Remote Event TBC
23 January 2021 – King George Gallop, King George Sailing Club
6 & 7 February 2021 – John Merricks Tiger Trophy (TBC), Rutland Sailing Club 
13 February 2021 – Oxford Blue, Oxford Sailing Club 

2019 National Championships

The 2019 UK Nationals were held at Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy. You can see the day 1 video below and read more by clicking here.

Further videos Day 2 and Day 3 can be seen on the Class You-Tube Channel

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