Equipment Limitation Form

OKW 2023 Equipment Inspection

Please can all competitors in the 2023 OK Dinghy World Championship complete the following online form to register the equipment that they intend to use.

2023 World Championship Equipment Inspection

Please complete as much information as you can. The remaining information will need to be supplied to the inspection desk before registration can be completed. Registration cannot be completed until such information is supplied.

If there are any questions please contact

120 entries received

With 120 entries received already, the 2023 OK World Championship – which is being hosted by Lyme Regis Sailing Club from 22 to 30 June – is looking like it’s going to be a truly world class event, with entries from across Europe and Australasia. As might be expected there’s a very strong GB contingent!

LRSC have now confirmed that should anyone want to visit for training in the next couple of months for training; launching fees can be paid either daily at £6 a day or £20 one off until the event. The use of club facilities for the day would be £5 during these training days. All of these would be paid in cash directly to the club on the day.

Those who have entered and are yet to pay are reminded that the payment deadline is 23:59 on 28 April and our Treasurer is looking forward to receiving your money. If you are intending to come and compete but have not yet completed your online entry please remember that entries close on 28 April at 23:59.

We are looking forward to welcoming all our all competitors and guests to Lyme Regis for what is shaping up to be a hugely competitive OK World’s.

Camping Registration…

Please note if you would like to make use of the field for camping can we please ask you to register under the new camping registration form.


Just to confirm, the field is Free of Charge to all competitors.

Raymarine sponsors the International OK Dinghy World Championship in 2023

After a very successful World Championship in Marstrand, Sweden, where 115 sailors from 11 countries participated for the coveted World Championship title, won by British sailor Charlie Cumbley, it is now the turn of the British to host the next World Championship in Lyme Regis.

Considerable interest has already been shown for the event which is to be held at the end of June 2023, with many European and antipodean sailors booking their accommodation now in preparation for the event.

Postponed from 2022, the preparations for the regatta are at an advanced stage and both the host Lyme Regis Sailing Club and the British Association of the OK dinghy are looking forward to welcoming sailors from all over the world.

Sponsorship of a Championship always adds to the experience for sailors who have prepared thoroughly and travelled considerable distances to share the moment.

Raymarine is the first sponsor to support the event. They write:

Raymarine is a world leader in high performance marine electronics for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. Our products are engineered to deliver the very best in navigation. With a legacy of marine navigation technology spanning over 80 years, Raymarine products are renowned today for their ease-of-use, rugged design, and reliability. We are constantly innovating to deliver best-in-class sensors and intelligent navigation systems – making your time on the water safer and fun.

Raymarine have kindly sponsored two Micro Compasses, which are well renowned in the Dinghy market for being the most reliable compass to use to keep you on the right shifts.

On behalf of all sailors, IOKDBCA thanks Raymarine for their support of the Championship.

Secretary IOKDBCA

Welcome to Lyme Regis

The English coastline no longer repels invaders; instead we invite you to Lyme Regis to enjoy more tranquil pursuits.
You can take bracing walks along the Cobb, eat delicious fish and chips, search for marine life in the rock pools or the ancient fossils in the cliffs, build sandcastles on sandy beaches sail out of the picturesque harbour at Lyme Regis and experience the wind and waves of Lyme Bay.

If you have the time, spend a little longer in the UK and walk the longest trail in the world – the England Coastal Path which now promises access to the country’s entire coastline.