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ISA Annual Meetings Agenda

Dear ISA members,
The annual meetings of the class are scheduled to be on June 27 during the World Championship of the class at Hanko, Norway.
At the link you will find the meetings agenda.
Please if you require detailed information on how the meeting works or paper additions, please do not hesitate asking the ISA office at admin@soling.com
Looking forward to see you there
Meetigns Agenda

 

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ISA CLASS RULES BOOK

published by WORLD SAILING


D.3 HULL AND DECK
D.3.1 MATERIALS
Old:
D.3.1.1 Construction shall be of glass reinforced polyester resin and shall be in accordance with the relevant general arrangement and construction plans and specification. The use of fibres other than glass is prohibited in the construction of the hull or deck. The builder shall construct the hull by installing the backbone, stringers, bulkheads and floor before it leaves the mould. The hull and the deck shall be assembled with the deck in the approved mould or in a jig approved by an official measurer appointed by the MNA or an International Measurer and approved by the ISA. In either case the necessary support shall be given so that the sheerline is as shown on the plans. Such support shall be approved by an official measurer appointed by the MNA or an international measurer and approved by the ISA.
Amend to read:
D.3.1.1 Construction shall be of glass reinforced plastic using any type of resin and shall be in accordance with the relevant general arrangement and construction plans and specification. The use of fibres other than E-Glass is prohibited in the construction of the hull or deck. The builder shall construct the hull by installing the backbone, stringers, bulkheads and floor before it leaves the mould. The hull and the deck shall be assembled with the deck in the approved mould or in a jig approved by an International Measurer. In either case the necessary support shall be given so that the sheerline is as shown on Soling Class Rules PART III APPENDICES - Official Plans. Such support shall be approved by an international measurer.

D.5 INTERNAL STRUCTURE
D.5.1 BULKHEADS
Old:
D.5.1.2 Each hatch cover shall be made of glass reinforced polyester resin or wood which may be covered with gelcoat and shall be fixed to the bulkhead by not less than 12 screws and shall have a gasket which makes it watertight when either the cockpit or the flotation tank is flooded.
Amend to read:
D.5.1.2 Each hatch cover shall be made of GRP (using any type of resin), or wood which may be covered with gelcoat and shall be fixed to the bulkhead by not less than 12 screws and shall have a gasket which makes it watertight when either the cockpit or the flotation tank is flooded.

67.5 & 67.6 DRAWING PLANS
Old:
Glass Fiber and Polyester
Amend to read:
Glass Fiber and Resin (Any type of resin)
Download change SOL-Class-Rules-Changes-2023-01Jan-01.pdf



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