420 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEASUREMENT TIMETABLE PUBLISHED
The Measurement Timetable for the 2017 420 World Championships has been published for all nations, as below:
The 2017 420 World Championships are taking place from 26 December 2017-3 January 2018 at Fremantle Sailing Club, Australia.
Class Rule compliance inspection for all teams competing in the International 420 Class 2017 World Championship shall commence:
Tuesday 26 December - 1000-1800 hours
Wednesday 27 December - 0900-1800 hours
Thursday 28 December - 0900-1200 hours
PLEASE NOTE: No team shall be considered for Pre-Event measurement until the event entry fee has been paid in full and the Equipment Declaration Form has been completed where required by the team.
All teams are reminded that Mainsails shall be presented with the correct Country Code, Sail Number and the Class approved National Flag in place.
Incorrect SAIL identification shall NOT be event approved.
Hulls shall be dry and drained of any internal water. Failure to comply will see offending teams hull quarantined until such time its dryness satisfies the inspection team.
Equipment requiring an International 420 Class Certified Equipment sticker as in accordance with the Class Rules shall do so. Should a sticker have been lost and or damaged please mark form accordingly?
Remember - Blank forms will not be accepted meaning that a team MAY be relegated to the end of the timetable.
Note: Please ensure your boat complies with the CURRENT Class Rules.
Pre-Event inspection shall be by Country and only the team being inspected and or coach/manager shall be permitted in the measurement area throughout the pre-event period.
Tuesday 26 December 2017
1200 LUNCH BREAK
Wednesday 27 December 2017
1200 LUNCH BREAK
Thursday 28 December 2017
The Event Equipment Inspection team is here to work with you to ensure a smooth transition through the Pre-Event inspection process. Please assist us in our endeavours.
Please assist us by ensuring all personal particulars, sail ID, builder, equipment serial numbers WHERE APPLICABLE are correctly provided in the space provided on the Equipment Declaration Form, all required lines, fittings etc. are removed in accordance with the Class Rule relating to Hull Weight before entering the inspection area. It will also help measurement efficiency if the starboard side stay is removed for inspection of the mast.
Please read the 420 Class Event Measurement Regulations and Policies and Class Rules.