There are more than twenty Enterprise dinghies at Ogston Sailing Club, making it one of the largest fleets at the club.
The Enterprise is a 4 metre, two-person hiking dinghy easily recognisable by its distinctive blue sails. Originally designed in 1956 by Jack Holt for the then News Chronicle, it has become hugely popular and is sailed in about a dozen countries around the world. It is an accredited International Class.
More than 23000 boats have now been registered, making it one of the largest classes of dinghy in the world. The class has attracted some of the biggest names in sailing and continues to do so attracted by quality racing and high turnouts for all abilities and ages, the boat is renowned for providing close tactical racing.
The Enterprise web site is http://www.sailenterprise.co.uk/
2020 Enterprise Inland Championships
Ogston SC are pleased to be hosting this national event over the weekend of 25-26 April 2020.
30 – 40 boats are expected for this major event welcoming visitors from up and down the country.
There’ll be food laid on over the weekend and a party/disco on Saturday night.
Everyone welcome – participate, spectate or get involved with helping over the weekend and making the event a success.
There is a newer club Enterprise this year, available to members for a small charge. Please feel free to have a go!
Getting on the water
There will be a big effort this year to help would-be Enterprise sailors get on the water for club racing – look out for particular ‘Enterprise’ days through the season for members who are stuck for a crew, not sure about things, occasional sailors needing help etc.
(see also the ‘Helm or Crew Wanted’ section on the club website)
For more information about the Enterprise fleet at Ogston, contact the fleet captain, John Mensforth on email@example.com