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Old Nov 12, 2012, 04:37 PM
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Marblehead Rule

It would seem from the following paragraph that the AMYA adopted the International Marblehead rule in its entirety, except for using American, non-metric lengths and weights. Further details could undoubtedly be obtained from the long standing AMYA Class Secretary.

"The M Class has a large base, with over four hundred competitive models in existence. It is sailed in most areas of the country. Competition is available from club level to national level, and even international level. As an international class with the same rule as the rest of the world (except the measurements for AMYA are in inches and pounds), members can attend regattas abroad. They can also take advantage of several excellent foreign suppliers."

Often checking with the existing authorities can clear up an issue. Mr. Goodwin's e-mail can be found at the AMYA website.
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