Vote on ILCA 2017 Rule Changes: 10 April - 10 October 2017

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  1. Voting on 2017 ILCA Rule Changes is open from MONDAY, 10 APRIL - TUESDAY, 10 OCTOBER 2017. ALL active members in our district may vote - one vote per member.

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  2. torrid

    torrid Just sailing

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    Is there anything explaining this? I couldn't find anything in the newsletter or online. It would be nice to read over before actually taking the survey.

    I went ahead and did the survey, and here is some copy pasta:

    ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPASS

    Proposed rule change: Proposed rule change: Delete current Rule 22 (a)-(d) shown below in strikethrough text and replace it with new Rule 22 (a)-(e) shown below in RED text.

    Add new rule 22:
    22. COMPASS, ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AND TIMING DEVICES
    (a) One compass mounted on any part of the deck or the cockpit is permitted if the hull cavity is not pierced by anything other than the fasteners. Compasses may not be fitted to inspection ports. An additional wrist mounted compass is permitted. Electronic, self-contained, digital compasses using only magnetic input are permitted.
    (b) Timing devices are permitted.
    (c) A timing device and electronic compass may be integrated in the same device.
    (d) A compass or timing device must not be capable of displaying, delivering, transmitting, receiving, calculating, correlating or storing information about wind speed, wind direction, boat speed or boat position.
    (e) Any use of electronic equipment not specifically allowed in the rules is prohibited unless the rules are modified by the sailing instructions.


    Delete Old Rule 22:
    (a) One compass is permitted mounted on any part of the deck or the cockpit, provided that the hull cavity is not pierced by anything other than the fasteners. Compasses shall not be fitted to inspection ports. Electronic and digital compasses are prohibited (see exception in part d).
    (b) Any use of electronic equipment not specifically allowed in the rules is prohibited unless modified in the sailing instructions.
    (c) Timing devices are permitted.
    (d) A timing device that includes an electronic compass is permitted as long as it is worn on the wrist.



    BOAT OR BODY MOUNTED CAMERA

    Proposed rule change: Add new Rule 28 in RED text as below.

    ADD NEW RULE 28:
    28. One camera may be attached to the sailor or may be mounted on the boat if the hull cavity is not pierced by anything other than the fasteners.

    Reason for change: To allow the use of cameras.




    SHOCK CORD INHAUL

    Proposed rule change: Modify Rule 3(f)vi by deleting the words in strikethrough text and adding the words in RED text as below.

    vi. (deleted - A shock cord for use as an inhaul may be attached around the boom immediately in front of the outhaul cleat or to the outhaul cleat and then to the clew of the sail, the clew tie down, the optional block at the clew, the quick release system or through the clew of the sail and to an optional block in the primary control line.) A shock cord may be used as an inhaul on the clew.

    Reason for change: To remove the restrictions on the attachment points of the shock cord inhaul.




    ADJUSTABLE HIKING STRAP

    Proposed rule change: Modify Rule 17c by adding the words shown in RED text as below.

    New Rule 17C:
    17c The hiking strap supporting line, between the aft end of the hiking strap and the eye straps on the aft face of the cockpit, may be rigged in any manner so that the hiking strap is fixed or adjustable and may include one cleat; one ring, thimble, or shackle; or both.

    Reason for change: To allow for the addition of one cleat and one turning point in the hiking strap support line that are not attached to the hull or the hiking strap.



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  3. LaLi

    LaLi Active Member

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    Thanks for posting that, torrid, I was thinking about doing the same as you really can't go and read the survey without first signing in.

    As for the content... I've had that page open a few days now, and it's harder to decide than usual! (Interesting that there is now an "abstain" choice, too.)

    Should this talk continue in the "Politics" section, rather than here? Wavedancer...?
     
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    torrid Just sailing

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