Pretty obvious to me. Road base is the trailer part of a combi trailer. You load the boat and trolley (dolly to you foreigners) on to the base trailer. It normally has just a roller at the back that the trolley slides up
Note also World Sailing day Laser Dinghy. Doesn’t this mean they have to be built by a Laser trade mark holder regardless of the vote just passed that should allow mon trade mark holders to build ILCA approved Dinghies. Have we just been sc****d by World Sailing again
Not sure why the vang key could effect wear on the gooseneck plug.
Does the mast rotate freely? Is the mast base damaged or grit/sand in the bottom of the mast tube causing friction and stopping mast rotating. Or has there been a bad repair to the gel coat in the mast tube stopping rotation
(a) A metal sleeve supplied by the builder of maximum
length 900 mm may be fixed inside the boom . The sleeve shall not extend aft of the point 1220 mm from the front end of the boom (including plug) .
(b) The stainless steel mainsheet eye strap between the two blocks on...
I don’t believe Trailer board attached to gudgeons is legal in Europe for new trailers. They have number plate mounted on sliding extension bars as part of trailer which you extend to be behind any load on the trailer