Finding a Measurer
Owners and competitors will need to be sure their boats have a valid certificate and all their sails are measured before the start of the Europeans in Falmouth. The Event Measurer is there to check that certificates are valid and that sails have been measured, and competitors must not assume he will have the time to carry out any initial measurement of sails that are not already measured. Note that for a valid measurement, the Class Rule requires that any sail first measured after 1 May 2010 must have an ISMA sail royalty label. Labels can be obtained from the ISMA Treasurer Matt Brooks at email@example.com
The Royal Yachting Association has approved a number of measurers for the class, any one of whom is authorised to measure Six Metres in the UK. Their details are shown on the RYA’s website.
As of May 2018 the class measurers are:
|Surname||First Name||Town||Phone Number||Mobile Number||Email address|
|Chivers||Dave||Brightlingsea||01206 305107||07860 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yates||Andrew||Isle of Wight||07887 email@example.com|
In addition the RYA has no less than 90 approved sail measurers, any one of whom is authorised to measure sails for International Six Metres. The current list of sail measurers is on the RYA’s website.