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A.2.2 Sanding Removal, solely for a purpose specifially permited in these Rules, including forRepair of a component,of part of the outermost surface through use of an abrasive material with or without a lubricating agent, which after final repairdoes not alter the shape of a component or texture of of the surface of the Oringially supplied item,. A.10.2 Save as provided in A.10.3 sail numbers shall correspond to the hull number. However, competitors may request permission in writing to the Technical Committe (or at a regatta,for that regatta only, the Chief Measurer)to use a different sail number to the hull number. Permission will only be granted in exceptionalcases and the Committee/Chief Measurer’s decision shall be final. B.2.2 All hulls,mastsections, booms, sails, daggerboards,rudderblades, tillers and rudder stocksshall:(i)only be manufactured by aLM who shallonly produce themfrommouldstaken from the Master Plugs/moldsheld by LIC andin accordance with the Building Specification; C.1.3 SUPPLIED EQUIPMENT Where boats and/or equipment is supplied to the entire fleet for a regatta series: C.5.1 OPTIONAL The following optional equipment and items may be used and attached to the hull or rig providing that attachments do not puncture and are not bonded to thesurface of the boat: C.5.1 (a) One compass(which may also include a timing function) and one additional timing device;providedthat it/they can only provide information relating to the boat’s heading andtime (current or elapsed).Themounting bracket for the compass shall be fixedto the deckon the centre linebetween the back of the mast and the front of the vang cleatand may use the OriginallySupplied bayonet attachment; in addition to the deck fixing a rope or shock cord may be used as a safety line in case the mountbecomes detached (but not to hold it in place in normal use). C.5.1 (b) Non-electronic maps, charts, port/starboard stickers, a racing signal code flags chart,and a marking pencil or pen for recording courses and compass headings C.5.1 (d) Bags, drink bottle/s, safety equipment,paddle, ooseclothing,food and/or drinks. C.5.1 (g) Camera to record video and pictures provided that the data and output is not viewed orused by the crew until he/she is onshoreaftera race has finishedand not during a race; it may be used for producing broadcasts to the general public during a race but it must not be viewed or used by the crewduring a race. C.5.1 (h) A towing line provided that it is attached to an existing fitting, spar or toe strap. C.5.1 (i) Up to 2 mechanical wind indication devices may be fitted to the mast C.5.1 (k) mounts, rope, shock cord, Velcro and tape for attaching any of equipment/items(a) to (j) in this section and the equipment referred to in C.5.2 below.The mounts for items (b) to (h) and (j) may be attached to the boat using tape, rope, shock cord, Velcro, cable ties, providing that attachments do not puncture the surface of the boat, spars, sail, or hull appendages, and can be removed without damage to any of them. The mount for a mechanical wind indication device at the top of the mast will use the Originally supplied fitting or be screwed in place using the original screw holes. C.6.1.1 The boat, spars, sail,hull appendages, control lines, attachment points and means, blocks, mainsheet, halyard, traveller, vang, vang cleat fitting, Cunningham, traveller end retainers, traveller block, gooseneck, outhauland toestrap shall be rigged, arranged and have the purchases as Originally Supplied and as shown in the Rigging Manual save as otherwise allowed to be changed by these class rules. C.6.1.2 Wet or dry sanding or Fairing of the hull, hull appendages, sailsor any other Originally Suppliedequipment other than as specifically permitted in these Class Rules is prohibited. C.6.1.3 (b) Lubricant on fittings, mast join, mast collar, gooseneck, gooseneck pulleys, boom end (to enable the clew strap to slide more easily); boom end pulley, mast track, and sail (only in the direct vicinity of the tell-tales)only; itshall not be used on the hull,hull appendages or elsewhere. C.6.1.3 (c) The tips of the surface ridges of the non-slip on the deck and/or cockpit floor may be very lightly sanded to reduce its sharpness and make it less abrasive; however, only the topsof the peaks may be abraded, the texture must be maintained. If the texture becomes relatively smooth (however this occurs),it must be reinstatedto its Originally supplied state.NOTE: the grip may not be substantially reduced, and the areas may not be sanded smooth(except s provided in C.6.1.3 (w) below for padding) C.6.1.3 (d neu) The use of (i) flexible adhesive tape to secure knots in rope and shock cord,or stop the end of the rope fraying, or to secure thetoe strap, or to protect the surface of the hull from wear by blocks,and (ii) ”velcro” type fastening,hooks, hooked blocks, and snap shackles to facilitate connection of the outhaulprimary line to the block, vang block to the mast, and outhaul and Cunningham shockcord,; -provided that this does not modify the intended purpose, purchase or action of any equipment and provided that such material shall not be used to create a fitting or extend a function of a permitted fitting or alter the shape of the boat. d wird e e wird f etc C.6.1.3 alt=j (k)One single righting line of maximum length of 1.5 meters may be attached to each side of the hull attached tothe location of the rear most plastic barrel under the gunwale shownin the RS Aero Rigging Manual, along with shock cord from the free end running around through the RS Sailing supplied bowfairlead under the gunwale. C.6.1.3 alt=m (n)Shockcord of maximum diameter 6mm:(i)for centralising the tiller,(ii)around the toe strap webbingto hold it up(iii)to retract or reduce slack in ropes when released/uncleated(including to pull the outhaul and Cunninghamcontrols off);this may include: (α)shockcord tied to one or both mainsheet block hangers extending through the clew of the mainsail(and may include a hook for attachment), and (β)attached to the Cunninghamprimary line and passed over the mast button,or temporarily connectedto or passed throughthe main halyard(a hookmay be used to allow fast release), however, any interaction withthe main halyard must be removable within 5secondsandmust not require anyknot/sto be undone (the main halyard must be able tobe lowered without complication resulting from shock corduse). C.6.1.3 alt=s (t)The daggerboardshallbe secured to the boatwith shockcord, and/or rope, which may include a snap hookand ring; a small rope loop may be tied to a traveller retainer and thedaggerboardshockcord may pass through it to deflect that shockcord. C.6.1.3 alt=u (v) The Cunningham secondary line double blocktied to the hull (not the floating one)may be replaced by 2 x single blocks of equivalent size but must be attached to the hull in the same way and in the same location.(w) Padding of maximumthickness of 3mm may be stuck (using adhesive) to the (i) cockpit floor and/or (ii) deck adjacent the centreboard case, but if it is, it must cover the entirety of the non-slip in that area and follow the outline of that non-slip.Any padding must be single colour black, white or grey. It may not contain any logo other than RS.It is permitted to sand the non-slip surface to obtain a good adhesion surface for the padding, however, if the padding is removed, the non-slip must be reinstatedto its Originally supplied state.NOTE: (i) paddingmay not be placedelsewhere,and (ii) padding must be adhered to the hullover the entirety of one face/surface(temporary adhesive breakdown within 10mm of edge excluded). C.6.1.3 (x) Originally Supplied 18mm blocks may be changed forsimilar blocks up to 20mm diameter. C 6.1.4 (b) the following parts or equipment may be replaced using parts obtained from any supplier provided that the replacement is placed in the same position and attached in the same way and is a like for like type,weight and similar size as the Originally Supplied itemand does not alter the velocity ratio or purchase, and performs the same function (rope sizes are shown in Annex 1 below but may be of any material): C.9.1 (c) In each case, the distance between the boom and the most distant part of themainsheet block will be no more than 170mm. C.9.3 RUNNING RIGGING 9.3.1 MODIFICATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR (a) The total purchase ratio in each of the control line systems shallnot exceed: vang –16:1, cunningham –8:1 outhaul –4:1. 18 RS Aero Class Rules 2019 (b) Control lines,running riggingandropescannot be tapered except for those which are Originally Suppliedas tapered, or as permitted in these Class Rules (c) The mainsheet shall be uniform diameter throughout its length. (d) The traveller shall be a single non-tapered line which will allow the traveller block to move from one side to the other.No block(other than the mainsheet traveller block),fittings(other than the 2 traveller end retainers), ropes,shock cordor anything else may be attached to either end tothe traveller rope. The traveller rope shall not extend more than 250mm above the deck at its highest part. (e) the vang secondaryline(which goes through the cleat)may be tapered. (f) The following rigging fittings that are designed to be adjustable may be adjusted when not racing using the fitting functionality –top 2 batten tensioners. 9.3.2 USE (a) Save as permitted in C.6.1.3, runningriggingshall be led through and attached to the fittings supplied for the functionas shown in the Rigging Manual. (b)The crewmay control the mainsheet from any section of the mainsheet system. C.10.1 MODIFICATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR (a) Modifications, maintenance and repairs may be carried out but only in accordancewith these Class Rules. (b) The upper two full-length Originally Supplied battens may be shaved/sanded to reduce the thicknessand theirlength may be changed. For the avoidance of doubt this does not apply to the remaining battens, which (including ends)will not be altered or sanded. (c) Only Originally Supplied battens shallbe used. (d) Additional tell tails and leach ribbons may be added to the sail. (e) Routine maintenance to repair minor tears or un-stitching such as sewing, mending and patching is permittedprovided that this does not alter the shape or characteristics of the sail and provided it complies with rule C.6.1.5 above. For the avoidance of doubt, sailsshall not be recut, and the shape may not be changed or otherwise altered and no aspect of the sail may be changed for any reason other than effecting necessary repairs and as permitted by these Class Rules.Any repair shall not be used to reinforce an existing part or add a function. C.10.4 (v) RRS Appendix G1.1 (b) and G.1.3(c) are amended as follows. Where stipulated in the NOR or SI,the national letters ofthe crew shall beused. When used the national lettersshall be black, and the same size and spacing as the sail numbers, and displayed only in the relevant area shown in the drawing in Annex 2,above and below the bottom batten pocketwith the letters on the starboard side being higher and adjacent and above the batten pocket, and the letterson the port side being adjacent and below the pocket. National letters are optional at all other events.