About Us 

A strong enthusiastic and active fleet in the UK drives the class along with fleets in the USA, Germany, Austria and Czech Republic. 
 
The class association organises the open meetings, a training day and a National championship. In addition, there is an overseas event either in Europe or North America organised every second year to include the fleets in those countries. 
 
The class enjoys fun tight racing at great venues as well as a busy social scene. 
 
For details on how to get a sail contact the class association or the builders Rondar Raceboats. 

Meet a few of the Sailors    

 
Peter Kirkby 
Queen Mary Sailing Club 
 
I’ve been in the fleet for the past c.15 years and love the combination of the sailing and the quality of the company. Beyond the circuit I don’t manage to get out in it that often, so the fact that it’s low maintenance and so easy to step back in and pick-up where you left off is great. 
 
 
Nick Jones  
I’ve been in the fleet for the past c.15 years and love the combination of the sailing and the quality of the company. Beyond the circuit I don’t manage to get out in it that often, so the fact that it’s low maintenance and so easy to step back in and pick-up where you left off is great. 
 
 
Dave Hall 
I have worked at LDC, Hyde Sails, Ovington and Rondar. Probably my proudest work achievement is playing a major part in the introduction of the 29er into Europe. 
 
I have been fortunate enough to take part in many championships around the world over the years with success in the Fireball, Melges 24, 420, 29er,49er and 18’Skiff. I took up sailing the K6 while working with Rondar Boats and liked it so much I bought one! Sailing with all sorts of crew from family to top teams I have been lucky enough to win the class championship and the Garda Eurocup. 
 
Georgie Smith  
We sail at Hayling Island when we are not ferrying our three daughters to optimist events, and are grateful for a chance to sail ourselves at K6 open meetings, when we enjoy the weekend away. 
 
Our boat fits in the garage with millimetres to spare, but getting it there is quite an operation owing to our deceptively steep drive. It involves an electric winch, with purpose built strops and an adapted bathroom stool, and precision placement of the car in order to use its battery power for the winch. Just what every tired sailor needs after a windy weekend sailing.... 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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