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Organisation of OKDIA
On this page you find:
A link to an information sheet on how to advertise on okdia.org (PDF, 90 KB)
- A list of the members of the OKDIA Committee, the Technical Committee and the Marketing Committee
- Class Documents like the Constitution and Rules
- Boat documents like plans & ISAF plaques.
- Agendas and Minutes of OKDIA meetings below the list of committee members and technical committee.
The annual subscription is GBP 39 for up to 30 members and an additional GBP 1.50 for each additional member.
The association is run by two committees, the main committee and a technical committee. The technical committee is informal and does not meet. Its business is carried out by post, fax or E mail. The chairman is an ex-officio member of the main committee.
The main committee is elected at the annual general meeting which is held during the world championship. Officers and members are elected for two years but at the end of their two year period are eligible for re-election.
Address of the secretary:
Wood End Road
Tel:+44 (0)1425 473409
Mob: +44 (0)7917 126675
Governing documents of OKDIA, please double check with the Secretary if the download is the latest version!
The following publications may be obtained from the International Secretary of OKDIA.
- Plans: 15 GBP + post & packing
- Building Fee Receipts (Including ISAF Hull Plaque): 40 GBP
Meetings and Agendas
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held every year at the World Championship.
In some occasion's there are Special General Meetings at other major events.
- 2013 Minutes of the Annual General Meeting in Pattaya (PDF, 160 KB)
- 2013 Agenda of the Annual General Meeting in Pattaya (PDF, 90 KB)
- 2012 Minutes of the Annual General Meeting in Vallensbæk (PDF, 361 KB)
- 2011 Minutes of the Annual General Meeting in Largs (PDF, 110 KB)
- 2011 Agenda for the Annual General Meeting in Largs (PDF, 17 KB)
- 2010 Minutes of the Special General Meeting in Medemblik (PDF, 54 KB)
- 2010 Auditor's Report for the Special General Meeting in Medemblik (PDF, 102 KB)
- 2010 Agenda for the Special General Meeting in Medemblik (PDF, 5 KB)
- 2010 Minutes of the AGM in Wellington/New Zealand (PDF, 18 KB)
- 2009 Minutes of the AGM in Kalmar/Sweden (PDF, 38 KB)
- 2008 Minutes of the AGM in Warnemünde/Germany, including Class Rule Changes (PDF, 36 KB)
- 2008 Agenda for the AGM in Warnemünde/Germany, including Class Rule Change (PDF, 196 KB)
- 2007 Minutes of the AGM in Łeba/Poland (PDF, 350 KB)
- 2007 Final Agenda for the AGM in Łeba/Poland, including Class Rule Change (PDF, 158 KB)
- 2007 Proposal for the AGM from Canada (PDF, 36 KB)
- 2007 Proposed Constitution for the Canadian OK Association (PDF, 112 KB)
- 2006 Minutes of the AGM at Belmont / Australia (RTF, 17 KB)
- 2006 Agenda of the AGM at Belmont / Australia (PDF, 33 KB)
2005 Some changes to the minutes of the AGM
- 2005 Minutes of the AGM at the World Chamionship (RTF, 66 KB)
- 2005 Agenda of the AGM at the World Chamionship (RTF, 58 KB)
- 2004 Minutes of the AGM at the World Chamionship (PDF, 38 KB)
- 2003 Agenda of the SGM at the European Chamionship (PDF, 93 KB)
- 2003 Agenda of the SGM at the European Chamionship (ZIP - RTF, 5 KB)
Some Comments from New Zealand concerning the 2003 SGM in Warnemünde:
The rule passed at last year's OK Dinghy European Championships has enabled the class to get on with the process of building some new masts with confidence that they will actually be used and evaluated in competition. The weight was agreed upon mostly from the opinion of one mast manufacturer; this mast maker obviously favored his particular construction method. We now know and have proven that there are cheaper alternative processes by which rigs can be produced. Now that some carbon OK masts have been produced from several manufacturers, we know that 8 kilograms is too heavy and actually increases the cost, rather than containing as we all originally thought. We should rectify that problem immediately.
To follow the example set by the Finn class would be a mistake. Finns are a lot heavier and take a lot more power to drive them. This requires a heavier mast. The dynamic loads on an OK rig are far less than that of a Finn; the structure is far more efficient from an engineering point of view because it is further from being a wing. Therefore there is less need for it to weigh as much as 8 kg for strength purposes. Old Finn masts can still be used with only a minor weight disadvantage, similar to the extra weight of a needlespar over the current minimum.
- 2003 Minutes of the AGM of OKDIA held in Goa, India on April 1 (PDF, 92 KB)
2003 Agenda of the AGM in Goa / India
2002 Special General Meeting minutes at the Euro Cup in Medemblik / Netherlands
- 2002 Special General Meeting Agenda. Including the two mast rule proposals (PDF, 10 KB)
- 2002 Minutes of the AGM in Napier, New Zealand (PDF, 6 KB)
2002 Agenda of the AGM in Napier, New Zealand