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Some website additions as we start 2016 … Sail Royalty Tag Data is now available for viewing online. All measurement certifications are now submitted by the sailmaker online, eliminating the need to have paper forms scanned, faxed or emailed. Once approved, a certificate is emailed to the owner and sailmaker, and may be reprinted anytime from …View full post
J/109 Class members voted to approve two class rules changes at the end of 2015. These rules changes include: Class Rule 4.3.7 modified to allowing jib inhauling with a control line system installed aft of the mast in addition the previously allowed jib inhauling with the lazy jib sheet forward of the mast. The effective …View full post
The minutes for the annual meeting held on 22 October 2015 have been posted at this link in addition to the meeting presentation previously posted at this link. Based on actions resulting from the meeting minutes, a rule change electronic ballot is being sent to all current class members. A modified version of the proposed Bob Stay …View full post
Many of the learning opportunities and sailing events we enjoy with the J/109 Class Association are made available to us by US Sailing, the national governing body for our sport. US Sailing is a nonprofit, member supported organization. Every US Sailing member contributes to the development and availability of the programs the J/109 Class Association benefits …View full post
Bill Gladstone of North U facilitated a starting clinic for the J/109 Class at the 2015 Block Island Race Week. This was a great opportunity for registered competitors to get coaching on how to start in a large fleet. The clinic was conducted in very light air. Bill prepared the following video to share with …View full post