4 Seasons

The D-Zero is a fresh approach to traditional singlehanded sailing by Daniel Holman and Devoti Sailing.

Free from gimmicks, vices and clutter- a refined and ultimately very rewarding sailboat designed to bring the beach boat to the 21st Century.

Supplied with an up-to-date mylar mainsail from North Sails One Design, carbon spars from CompoTech and a Harken fit-out as standard throughout.

The design is based on Daniel’s Punk concept singlehander. It has been tested and sailed extensively throughout the United Kingdom, Poland and in Valencia, Spain.

Reflecting all the primary changes Daniel wanted to see in a production version, coupled with the very high build quality reputation of Devoti Sailing – manufacturers of every Olympic Gold Medal winning Finn for the past 5 Olympic cycles.

  • RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show 2017 - D-Zero

    Episode 1

    The VR Sport Media Crew visited the UK's Dinghy Show to interview some of the exhibitors. Mark "Corky" Rhodes chatted with Mandy Sweet (Class Secretary) who explained the diversity of the sailors in the fleet and their exciting calendar for 2017.

    Video Producer: VR Sport Media

  • D-Zero National Championships 2017 - Day One

    Episode 2

    The first day of the 2017 D-Zero Nationals were held on the 'English Rivera' by the Royal Torbay Yacht Club. Weather was beautiful but the wind was light and fluky so tight racing and costly mistakes. 2016 Champion, Ian Morgan (GBR 1), got off to a great start with a bullet but Greg Bartlett took...

  • D-Zero National Championships 2017 - Day Two

    Episode 3

    Day Two of the 2017 D-Zero Nationals and the Race Committee from Royal Torbay YC wanted to give the sailors a hard day on water - four back to back races. Stunning weather for the fleet keeping the competitors in high spirits but the wind still remaining light and fluky. George Cousins finished t...

  • D-Zero National Championships 2017 - Final Day

    Episode 4

    Final Day of the 2017 D-Zero Nationals and George Cousins had his 'Race Face' on with a second and first in the last two races securing the Championship. Paul Scullion gave his fellow Restronguet Sailing Club member a close duel taking second with Kian Andrews completing the podium in third. The ...