OK. It's time for more dinghy action

Only the sailor in question will know who this is, but it looks good! - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships
Photographer Alex McKinnon was out off Black Rock on Port Phillip for today's invitation race ahead of the 2014 OK Dinghy's Australian and Interdominion Championships (with NZL). A total of 58 vessels, 11 hailing from New Zealand, are set to see who gets crowned with this prestigious title. 18 knots of cool Sou'soueaster and a short 1 to 1.5m Port Phillip chop entertained the fleet, as you'll see from the pics. Trust everyone loves a little water with their sport... Luke O'Connell, in Kermit's Middle Finger won the day and let's hope the traditional pre-regatta hoodoo does not affect his final standings. See www.bryc.com.au for more information.

Napier Sailing Club's Nigel Mannering (Veteran) of NSW on, Pingu. - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Black Rock's own Chris Visick on Monkey Trunks... - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

New Zealand's Rob Hengst (Masters) enjoys some of that salty water... - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Surf's Up all right! - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Some of the fleet surfs around the Wing Mark. - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Tim Davies (Veteran) from NSW on Don't Poke The Bear, which sounds like sage advice, indeed! - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Mark Jackson, Veteran, from Black Rock having a surf. - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Veteran, Joe Porebski and some more of that lovely chop... - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships

Looking almost like the hero pic, you'd have to think... - OK Dinghy Australian and Interdominion Championships