Unlike our Korean or Soviet cousins, DBSC has a more ordered transfer of power. It has been so tremendous and beautiful, that the Chinese have adopted it. (If only we could have 10 minutes to explain the model in Trumpistan).
Speaking at the podium last year, our very own Dear Leader, remarked:
"The might of DBSC is not in the quality of our leading sailors, who are excellent, but in the efforts to ensure the administrative state is maintained. The Canteen Crew, The Wise Master and the other volunteers not in official club positions, help support those on the Politburo who enable racing to occur.
While sailing is definitely a discretionary activity for its participants, the work necessary to allow for sailing and racing is certainly non-discretionary. This work must be done by volunteers for small worker-clubs like DBSC. The only reason for members not to volunteer is if they have a loved-one, or least hostile acquaintance, who is volunteered on their behalf."
DBSC's formalities will be a little shorter, but no less spectacular, than those of the Korean peninsular. In short order we host our AGM, make annual presentations, then share food and drinks that Koreans can only fantasise about.
All sailors, partners, parents and friends are welcome to attend.