If you support Dragons in North America, become a member of your National Association. It’s inexpensive and gives you connections to other Dragon enthusiasts, locally and around the world. The ADA and CDA provide this website, a regular newsletter and a focus for Dragon activities in North America. They also provide members with specific information on buying and selling Dragons, advice on restoration, and links to suppliers, locally and internationally. And finally, they keep the historical record of Dragons in North America, including current owners and fleets.
Each National Association is a member of the IDA and submits fees for each registered Dragon to the IDA who manage the class rules within the framework of the ISAF One Design policies. The IDA co-ordinates international Dragon championships, promotes Dragon sailing worldwide and communicates its activities via the National Associations.