The IOM CLASS CHAMPIONSHIP RULES have been updated . June 1st, 2015
New Class Rule Change, valid from 8 August, and Interpretations IOM 2014 1 & 2 have been posted in Class Rules page.
1. Call To Order
2. Confirm Quorum
3. Approve Agenda
4. Declare Voting Strength
5. Election of Officers
Nominations for Fred Rocha (USA) for the position of Chairman have been
received from CAN and BRA Continue reading
The new Class Championsh
Request for IOM Class Rules Interpretation from CAN NCA.
With the emergence of the new high prismatic narrow hulls with chines, the decks are becoming much narrower than traditional IOM designs.
With a narrow deck, the chainplate position moves inboard and the shroud base gets narrower. I have attached a pictures of a narrow IOM (see below) with rounded sides where the chainplate eye has been placed proud on the center of the topsides to widen the shroud base. See diagram F.
My question is does this contravene class rules?
D.2.3.c Fittings shall not project outboard of the hull shell or deck. Continue reading
IOM ICA wish to congratulate MYA, West Kirby Sailing Club, their volunteers and the organizing committee for the great event we have just finished in West Kirby.
We would like also to congratulate Peter Stollery (GBR) and Brad Gibson (GBR) for their performance in all conditions of wind and waves and also for their demonstration of sportsmanship at a high level. With his consistent sailing throughout the week, Peter demonstrated that he is a worthy IOM World Champion.
2011 marks the first year for the Geoff Smale Memorial Corinthian Spirit award. In this first year the award has been presented to Bill Butler (AUS) for his demonstration of fair sailing. Congratulations to Bill.
The winner of the Masters award for 2011 was Graham Bantock who continues to sail at a high level in our major events.
IOM ICA is currently discussing the options for the 2012 Europeans with 2 countries (Israel and Spain), and is ready to welcome applications for hosting the 2013 Worlds.
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