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A.3 AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
A.3.1 The international authority of the class is the ISAF which shall co-operate with the IFCA in all matters concerning these class rules.
A.3.2 The ISAF or IFCA, or its delegated representatives can accept no liability or legal responsibility in respect of these Rules.
A.4 ADMINISTRATION OF THE CLASS
A.4.1 In countries where there is no MNA, or the MNA does not undertake the administration of the class, its functions as stated in these rules shall be carried out by a NCA that is recognized by the IFCA.
A.5 ISAF RULES
A.5.1 These class rules shall be read in conjunction with the ERS.
A.5.2 Except where used in headings, when a term is printed in "bold" the definition in the ERS applies, and when a term is printed in "italics" the definition in the RRS applies.
A.6 CLASS RULES VARIATIONS
A.6.1 At class events ISAF regulation 26.5(f) applies. At all other events RRS 86 applies.
A.6.2 National "closed" event organisers may accept production boards not meeting the requirement of A.9.
A.7 CLASS RULES AMENDMENTS
A.7.1 Amendments to these class rules are subject to the approval of the ISAF in accordance with the ISAF Regulations
A.8 CLASS RULES INTERPRETATIONS
A.8.1 Interpretation of class rules shall be made in accordance with the ISAF Regulations
A.9 LICENSED MANUFACTURERS
A.9.1 No board shall compete in IFCA events unless it is a series production board registered with the ISAF, and included on the Funboard Production Board list.
A.9.2 To be eligible for the IFCA World Championships a board shall have been registered with the ISAF, and included on the list, not less than 60 days prior to the start of the event , and not less than 30 days for Continental Championships.
A.10 SAIL NUMBERS
A.10.1 Sail numbers shall be issued nationally (i.e. each country issues its own numbers).If the owners MNA is administering the Class, the owners shall apply to their MNA for a sail number ,otherwise they shall apply to their NCA.
Section B - Boat Eligibility
For a board to be eligible for competition it shall comply with the rules in this section.
B.1 HULL REGISTRATION
B.1.1 All boards shall display the official ISAF logo and the text, "ISAF Approved Series Production Board".
|Mast length measured from the fair deckline||3000 mm||6000mm|
(1) It shall be possible to incline the mast to an angle of at least 90 degrees to the vertical in every direction unless the sheer of the deck prevents this.
(2) The mast shall be capable of quick release from the board without the use of tools.
|The operational length measured from the front
of the mast to the max. outhaul positions
|1000 mm||3000 mm|
Harness attachments if fitted shall be attached to the boom.
(a) The national letters and sail numbers shall comply with the RRS except where prescribed otherwise in these class rules.
(b) The sail letters and numbers shall be of a contrasting colour to the body of the sail.
(c) A Woman's sail shall carry an equilateral diamond on both sides of the sail in the proximity of the head. The minimum length of each side shall be 150mm.
(d) If the insignia or logo of the manufacturer is displayed on the sail, it must be above the sail number.
(a) The hull shall carry a permanent unique serial number applied by the manufacturer.
|Beam: Slalom boards||250 mm||850 mm|
D.1.3 MODIFICATIONS /MAINTENANCE and REPAIR
(a) Major underside re fairing or deliberate removal of the finishing coat(s) is not permitted.
(b) Normal damage repairs to the original fairlines are permitted.
(c) A damaged skeg (fin) box may only be replaced by the same 'type' of box, and be positioned the same as the original.
(a) Registered fins shall carry a unique ID number on the headstock.
(a) The mast at any cross section normal to the mast axis shall be circular and of uniform thickness
(b) Pre bent masts are prohibited.
(c) The bending curve of the mast shall be equal in all directions.
G.1.1 SAIL SIZES
(a) Slalom Racing: The size of a sail shall not exceed 10.0m2
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