(2) The maximum dimensions of the working jib are: Hoist 20', Leech 17'6", Foot 7'.
(3) The maximum dimensions of the overlapping jib are: Hoist 20', Leech 17'9",, Foot 8'6".
(4) The maximum dimensions of the mainsail are: Hoist 27'6", Leech 28'9", Foot 13'. Maximum girth 7'6".
c. There shall be no restrictions upon the type of material used in the fabrication of the sails.
d. The method of measurement shall follow the instructions given under the title "Sail Measuring Procedure."
e. Accredited sails shall be used in all Season Championship races and such other races where Bear Class Rules are specified or Bears race as a class."
b. The total stretch of foot plus leech shall not exceed 4" over maximum specified dimensions.
b. The width of the head board shall not exceed 6".
b. Only one spinnaker may be used in any one race.
(2) When new sails are ordered, the location of the goose neck tack pin in relation to the mast and top of boom must be supplied to the sail maker along with the thickness of any track battens. Where the tack pin is misaligned, sail measurements will be taken to the point where the sail would extend if the tack pin was in alignment.
(3) The local measurement committee man must be notified when new sails are received, and certification must be submitted to the class secretary.
(2) Two girth dimensions - from intersection of bolt eye to mark 8' down the luff and the leech - this not to exceed 44". The other from intersection of bolt eye to a mark 13' down the luff and the leech. This not to exceed 70".
(2) Other points on mainsail - tack and clew out haul: measure to the point of intersection of the two intersecting edges.
(3) Bias or girth measurement - Determine the midpoints on the luff and leech by folding the sail, first on one edge and then on the other. Measure the girth through these points using the outside of the luff rope and the after end of the leech as the extremities of the measurement.