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by Chris
13 Jan 2004, 20:43
Forum: Measurement and Measurers
Topic: Checkstays?
Replies: 11
Views: 11550

Ian
Bugger!
Wire cutters going to work - will be legal by Saturday

:cry:
by Chris
12 Jan 2004, 01:50
Forum: Measurement and Measurers
Topic: Checkstays?
Replies: 11
Views: 11550

Ian CHECKSTAYS (Whiskers, Lower lowers) Stays connected to the mast below the bottom mast band, to control the lowest portion of the mast. Do you mean from below the spreaders?? As I have just put 3 new rigs together I am of the assumption that I can have stays (checkstays?) from just below the spre...
by Chris
22 Dec 2003, 21:13
Forum: Class Rules
Topic: Sail Shape Indicator Stripes.
Replies: 25
Views: 14621

Here's a spanner in the works - can not the person use different coloured sail clothy between panels. i.e top panel white, second dark blue, 3rd white, bottom dark blue as long as the material complies with G.3.1 (a) (1)

On top of this the 3 sail stripes can also be used.
:twisted:
by Chris
10 Dec 2003, 21:20
Forum: Class Rules
Topic: Deck Limit Mark
Replies: 14
Views: 10638

:D Thanks for prompt replies all

Will put a dot on deck behind mast as per photos.

Xmas Cheers and beers to all from downunder
by Chris
09 Dec 2003, 22:40
Forum: Class Rules
Topic: Deck Limit Mark
Replies: 14
Views: 10638

Deck Limit Mark

A small confusing item? :cry: I have just finished putting my IOM together, but before submitting for measurement where do I put the deck limit mark as I can find no clear explaantion of where it goes other than in ule D.1.5 "on the centreplane of the hull near to the mast positon" As I have "skiff ...
by Chris
24 Nov 2003, 02:27
Forum: Events and Event Management
Topic: To discard or not to discard, that is a question...
Replies: 7
Views: 3788

Good question! Having just sailed in our EC12 nationals last week in New Zealand this could of caused a couple of changes at the top of the leaderboard. Where discards come into play I have known skippers to "throw" a race or 2 to get a larger discard and therefore "lower" their overall total, by do...