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ISA CLASS RULES BOOK

published by WORLD SAILING


View rule changes WS file here

International Soling Association Rule Change
Effective date: 18/09/2018Status: APPROVED

Amendment One

C.3 Additional Equipment C.3.1 PORTABLE EQUIPMENT
(a) Mandatory Add:
(5) An event organisation may specify in the Notice of Race or Sailing Instructions that personal phones and/or tracking devices shall be carried by boats.

(b) Optional Add:
(2) An event organisation may specify in the Notice of Race or Sailing Instructions that personal phones and/or tracking devices may be carried by boats.

International Soling Association Rule Change
Effective date: 18/09/2018Status: APPROVED

Amendment Two

Section F Rig
F.2 Mast
F.2.2 MATERIALS
Amend text to read:
F.2.2.1 The mast spar with an integrated luff groove shall be of either:
a) composite carbon fibre and resin or
b) one continuous drawn aluminium alloy extrusion. The aluminium content shall be minimum 90%.

Amendment Three

Amend text to read:
F.2.4 DIMENSIONS
F.2.4.2 b) For aluminium masts, tapering shall be achieved only by making a cut or cuts down the section, closing them, and making continuously welded butt joints.
F.2.4.2 e) For aluminium masts, the sectional weight may be varied only by the removal of material due to the taper.

Amendment Four

Amend table to read:
F.2.4.4 Mast spar cross section
                                                           minimum           maximum
Fore-and-aft Aluminium                                         110 mm       130 mm
Fore-and-aft Composite Carbon Fibre           110 mm       118 mm
Transverse Aluminium                                     70 mm       90 mm
Transverse Composite Carbon Fibre           70 mm       76 mm

Amendment Five

Amend to read:
F.2.4.10 Mast weight
For an aluminium mast, the sectional weight including the luff groove shall be not less than 2.20kg/m.
For a composite carbon fibre mast, the total weight of the mast shall be not less than 20 kg, excluding spreaders, shrouds, forestay, backstay and halyards.

Amendment Six

Amend to read: F.2.4.11 Tip weight
c) The mast shall not be disqualified if a shortfall in the weight measured in accordance with Rule F.2.4.10 can be corrected by the fixing of a corrector weight of not more than 300gr at a point above the top band. The corrector weight shall be fixed by a screw fitting (bolt and nut) attached through holes drilled in the mast or crane. On composite carbon fibre masts, additional corrector weights are permitted on any part of the mast spar above the spreaders, including on the spreaders.