ONE DESIGN // O-DINGHY

When the one designs come down to one, it's Doyle. The big difference in one design.

Doyle Sails have developed the O-dignhy sails with Stefan de Vries (European Cup winner, German and Dutch champion) and Thomas Bergner (O-Jollen boat builder) for years.

Florian Raudaschl and Stefan de Vries trained together in the Finn dinghy years ago and after Stefan exchanged his Finn for an O-dinghy it quickly became clear that they wanted to develop new sails together. The further development of the sails continues to this day and great successes have already been achieved.
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Achievements
1st place Austrian championship
1st place German championship
1st place Dutch championship
1st place European Championship

MEET THE TEAM

Florian Raudaschl of Austria sails in the Finn class during a practice race ahead of the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games in Weymouth and Portland, southern England, July 28, 2012. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT YACHTING OLYMPICS)

Florian Raudaschl
Doyle Austria
+43 6138 2333
florian.raudaschl@raudaschl.co.at

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DR 08 plus Mainsail 
Area of ​​use: all-round
Wind range: 5 to 30 knots
The sail is made of Dimension Polyant SQ Dacron MTO cloth and cut radially.
The luff curve and profile are individually adapted to the sailor's profile.
Class symbols, sail numbers, sail windows, trim strips, woolies, battens and sail bag are included in the price.

DR 17 Mainsail
Application: All-round (for sailors under 95 kg body weight)
Wind range: 5 to 30 knots
The sail is made of Dimension Polyant AP Dacron and SQ Dacron HTP plus and cut horizontally / head sheet radially.
The luff curve and profile are individually adapted to the sailor's profile.
Class symbols, sail numbers, sail windows, trim strips, woolies, battens and sail bag are included in the price.

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