This section contains messages and notices from the Measurers on things that can be useful to know about your Yngling and the Rules.Remember that the latest issue of the Class Rules you can always find on ISAF:s website.

March 2014
All competitors in the Travemunde World Championships, should be aware that because the event is to be held off shore inspections will focus on safety and boat preparedness. I suggest competitors review all the Class Rules to ensure compliance particularly the older boats.
Peter A Carter.
Chief Measurer.

March 2013
Good News! Low floor boats can now sail in future Regattas at a weight of 630 kilos. They must comply with all other aspects of the CLass Rules.
P.A. Carter,
I.Y.A. Chief Measurer.

The updated class rules are in affect from march 2013 and can be seen on Apart from allowing old boats to sail at 630kg all olympic sailing references have been removed.

June 2012
All Yngling Sailors should check the Class Rules, in particular the additions of a new Spinnaker cloth that has been added to those already approved. Skippers intending to sail at the European Regatta at Aarhus in July 2012 should ensure that if they have a boat which has its deck beams joined to the hull they will not be able to sail until they are rectified, in accordance with the Class Rules.
P.A. Carter,
I.Y.A. Chief Measurer.

June 2012
Class Rules. The only chages that have occurred in the 2011 V2 and 2012 Rules was the inclusion of two new spinnaker cloths.
Peter A Carter
IYA Chief Measurer.

November 2011
All Yngling Sailors intending to compete in the World Championships
in Sydney Australia in 2011/2012, should ensure that their spinnakers
comply with Appendix 1 – Approved Spinnaker Sail Cloth types, of the
Class Rules and that the Sailmakers Cloth Certification is present on the
P.A. CARTER, I.Y.A. Chief Measurer.

January 2011
Deckbeams on Petticrow built boats, pdf file