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Jun
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The BDA has fully committed itself to this Worlds and our allocation has been filled; there is a waiting list for those who may wish to go but have not qualified

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The Northern Area Championship will as ever, be wonderfully hosted by the South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club in Abersoch

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Not to be missed, a return to Scotland for both a Scottish Championship and the Edinburgh Cup

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Jul
4

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It will be fantastic to see Dragons in force once again competing on the Clyde as the Edinburgh Cup returns to Largs. Make sure you join them by visiting the dedicated web site

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The growing Cowes Fleet will host the South Coast Championship again this year, on some of the best and most challenging UK waters.  The regatta will be hosted by the Royal Ocean Racing Club incorporating the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club from 11 to 13 July.

The Notice of Race and Entry Form are both now available at www.rcyc.co.uk

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About

The Dragon is one of the most beautiful and prestigious keelboat classes in the world and with more than 1400 boats racing worldwide it is also one of the largest.  Designed in 1929 the Dragon quickly became a leading international class and remains a world leader today. 

Although an historic class the boats now being built are constructed using the very latest high technology materials and methods.  Careful class rule management has ensure that a well maintained older boat can still race competitively against the latest models and there are also special competitions for the vintage Classic Dragons, many of which are still racing today. 

The British Dragon Association (BDA) was established in the 1930s and currently over 100 boats regularly compete in UK regattas and the BDA has a membership of over 300.  If you would like to test sail a Dragon or need further information about any aspect of Dragon sailing in the UK please don't hesitate to contact a member of the BDA Committee.

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