The Hobie 16 Youth Championship was won by Germany's Hauke and Lauritz Bockelmann, the women's championship by Great Britain's Ellen Forshaw and Martine Landman.
Local favourites Rob Heilbron and Marjan van Oeveren took the Master's Championship.
Taking the Dragoon class overall was the British team of Tom Phipps and Jonathan Cook. The Dragoon was designed to meet the FFV (Fédération Française de Voile) requirements for learning and competing, in the category 'Minimes' (12-14 yrs) on a catamaran.
Conditions have varied wildly this week: almost no wind yesterday, followed by strong winds and torrential downpours today. Racing in the 14, 16, Tiger, FX-One and Fox continues through Saturday.
Event titles and schedules:
Hobie Dragoon Eurocup 3 - 6 August
Hobie 16 European Championship Youth 3 - 4 August
Hobie 16 Euro Cup Women 3 - 4 August
Hobie 16 Euro Cup Masters 3 - 4 August
Hobie 16 European Championship Qualifications 5 - 6 August
Hobie 14, 16 & Tiger European Championship 7 - 10 August
Hobie FX-One & FOX Euro Cup 7 - 10 August
The Hobie Multi Europeans and Eurocup 2002 are organised by the K.W.V. Skuytevaert in association with the European Hobie Class Association (EHCA) and Catclub Noordzee.
Complete results on the event website.