- I ve always liked PCB s rules for the Gloucester Schooner [Folding Schooner] Class as published in The Folding Schooner. I particularly like # 5 BoatsMessage 1 of 5 , Jan 8, 2012View Source
I’ve always liked PCB’s rules for the Gloucester Schooner [Folding Schooner] Class as published in The Folding Schooner. I particularly like # 5 “Boats protested for inadequate structural strength shall be tested by one kick from the bare toes of the protester at a point of his own choosing, any resulting damage to be the penalty of the protestee for the excessive lightness.”
I have never been a fan of rules or litigious sailors who seek to exploit any perceived advantage which the rules may give them. But then I no longer race and so I can’t (or shouldn’t) really criticize.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of Frank Raisin
Sent: Sunday, January 08, 2012 4:09 PM
Subject: [bolger] (unknown)
Being exhaultedly qualified. You probably knew all this ... But I thought it interesting anyway
Looks like its a young world at the centre of things after all!
> Bolger rules!!!