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Voiles autorisées par la jauge J111 OD:
 (règles de classe J111 version 2011 - 05 en anglais)
  • 1 grand voile 37 M²

  • 1 solent léger 33 M²

  • 1 solent Lourd 30 M²

  • 1 spi léger (mini 36g) 130 M²

  • 1 spi lourd (mini 40g) 110 M²

  • 1 spi de largue 80M²

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M² Maxi Divers Date Voilerie Type Matière Code interne
Grand Voile 37 01/08/2011 All Purpose Membrane Trilam Black Technora GVA
Grand Voile 37 01/03/2017 All Purpose Membrane Membrane Like D4 GVB
Solent Light 33 25/12/2011 All Purpose Membrane D4 FastlineAramid J1A
Solent Heavy 30 01/08/2011 All Purpose Membrane Trilam Black Technora J2A
Orc 23   26/08/2011 All Purpose Verticale Aramid X15 Clear J3A
Spi Base 40g 130 Rouge 01/08/2011 All Purpose Orienté Dynakote 75 S1
Spi Vmg 107 Rouge 25/12/2011 All Purpose Orienté Superkote 90 S2
Spi Largue 78 Vendu 06/15 24/09/2011 All Purpose Orienté AIRX-900N. S3
Spi Max 40g 130 Blanc +Logo 09/04/2015 All Purpose Orienté Superkote 75 S4
Spi Largue 80 Vendu 12/15 01/08/2015 All Purpose Orienté AIRX-900N. S5
Spi Largue 80 Rouge 10/01/2016 All Purpose Orienté AIRX-900N. S6

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La décision est prise ... c'est AllPurpose le Crouesty dirigé par Sylvain Pellissier qui sera de l'aventure, étant donné les bonnes relations et les bons résultats obtenus en J105 avec J'Adore depuis le début de notre collaboration à fin 2008

J105 J'ADORE et ALLPURPOSE



Le plaisir d'utiliser des chariots de mât sur la GV et un foc à enrouleur sur le J111 Le Jouet

Depuis la tourelle de sortie du port de Pornichet (vu en début de vidéo)

et la navigation sous voiles trois minutes pour tout régler sans ce presser.

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Mode de calcul de la surface des spis (maxi, 130 m²).

SA=(luff length + leech length) * 0.25 foot length + (half width- 0.5 foot length) * (leech length + lufflength) / 3.

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Plan de voilure Piranha


Règles de classe J111 Voiles

Section G – Sails
G.1 PARTS
G.1.1 MANDATORY
(a) 1 Mainsail
(b) 1 Headsail
(c) 1 Asymmetric Spinnaker
G.1.2 OPTIONAL (UNLESS MADE MANDATORY)
(d) 1 Additional Headsail
(e) 1 OSR Heavy Weather Jib
(f) 1 Additional Asymmetric Spinnaker
(g) 1 Storm Trysail
(h) 1 Storm Jib
G.2 GENERAL
G.2.1 RULES
(a) Sails shall comply with the class rules in force at the time of certification.
G.2.2 CERTIFICATION
(a) The official measurer or In-House Official Measurer shall certify
mainsails and headsails in the tack and spinnakers in the head and shall
sign and date the certification mark.
(b) The ISAF or an MNA may appoint one or more In-House Official
Measurers to measure and certify sails produced by that manufacturer..
G.2.3 SAILMAKER
(a) No licence is required.(b) For spinnakers the weight in g/m
2
of the body of the sail shall be indelibly
marked near the head point by the sailmaker together with the date and
his signature or stamp. For sails certified after 1 January 2012, in addition
the maker and style of sail cloth shall be marked by the sailmaker.
G.2.4 J/111 SAIL ROYALTY LABEL - TBD
G.2.5 MODIFICATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
If any sail is damaged and requires repair in any other way than described in
section C, the sail will require re-certification which may require
fundamental measurement.
G.3 MAINSAIL
G.3.1 IDENTIFICATION
(a) The class insignia available from J/Boats shall conform with the
dimensions and placed in accordance with the diagram contained in
Appendix H-1.
G.3.2 MATERIALS
(a) The ply fibres shall consist of woven ply and/or laminated ply made from
one or more of the following materials: polyester, aramid, PEN, HMPE
and carbon fiber.
(b) Sail reinforcement shall be made from one or more of the following
materials: polyester, aramid, PEN, HMPE and carbon fiber.
G.3.3 CONSTRUCTION
(a) The construction shall be: soft sail; single ply or laminated ply sail.
(b) The body of the sail shall consist of the same ply throughout.
(c) The sail shall be constructed with at least one serviceable set of reef points,
meaning one point adjacent to the luff, one point adjacent to the leech and
four corresponding points in the body of the sail. The lowest set of reef
points shall be installed no closer than 1500 mm to the foot.
(d) The mainsail shall have five batten pockets in the leech. The top batten
pocket shall be full length extending from luff to leech. Other battens
pockets may be of any length.
(e) The following are permitted: Stitching, glues, tapes, bolt ropes, corner
eyes, headboard with fixings, Cunningham eye or pulley, batten pocket
patches, batten pocket elastic, batten pocket end caps, mast and boom
slides, leech line with cleat, one window, tell tales, sail shape indicator
stripes and items as permitted or prescribed by other applicable rules.
(f) The leech shall not extend aft of straight lines between:
(1) the aft head point and the intersection of the leech and the upper edge
of the nearest batten pocket,
(2) the intersection of the leech and the lower edge of a batten pocket
and the intersection of the leech and the upper edge of an adjacent
batten pocket below,(3) the clew point and the intersection of the leech and the lower edge of
the nearest batten pocket.
G.3.4 DIMENSIONS
Half width 3080 mm
Three-quarter width 1880 mm
Mainsail upper leech point is defined as the point
on the leech equidistant from the head point and
the three quarter leech point.
Upper width 1060 mm
Top width 210 mm
Head point to intersection of leech and centreline
of uppermost batten pocket
2400 mm 2420 mm
The weight of the mainsail (without battens) 18 kg
G.4 HEADSAIL
G.4.1 MATERIALS
(a) The ply fibres shall consist of woven ply and/or laminated ply made from
one or more of the following materials: polyester, aramid, PEN, HMPE
and carbon fiber.
(b) Sail reinforcement shall be made from one or more of the following
materials: polyester, aramid, PEN, HMPE and carbon fiber.
G.4.2 CONSTRUCTION
(a) The construction shall be: soft sail; single ply or laminated ply sail.
(b) The body of the sail shall consist of the same ply throughout.
(c) The headsail shall have no more than 4 batten pockets in the leech.
Batten material is optional.
(d) The following are permitted: Stitching, glues, tapes, corner eyes, batten
pocket elastic, batten pocket patches, batten pocket end caps, leech line
with cleat, one window, tell tales, sail shape indicator stripes, UV
protective may be applied to the leech and foot to cover the sail when
furled; and items as permitted or prescribed by other applicable rules.
(f) The recommended luff tape is 4.5mm to be capable with the forestay foil.
G.4.3 DIMENSIONS
minimum maximum
Luff length - 14500 mm
Luff Perpendicular - 4450 mm
Half width - 2400 mm
Three-quarter width - 1295 mm
Top width - 100 mm
Foot irregularity - mm
The weight of the headsail (without battens) 11.5 kg -minimum maximum
Primary reinforcement and Secondary
reinforcement
Unlimited
G.5 OSR HEAVY WEATHER HEADSAIL
G.5.1 RULES
(a) In addition to the general rule the sail shall comply with the ISAF Offshore
Special Regulations heavy weather jib requirements.
G.5.2 MATERIALS
(a) The ply fibres shall consist of woven ply and/or laminated ply made from
one or more of the following materials: polyester, aramid, PEN, HMPE
and carbon fibre.
G.5.3 CONSTRUCTION
(a) The construction shall be: soft sail, single ply sail.
(b) The body of the sail shall consist of the same woven ply throughout.
(c) The leech shall not extend beyond a straight line from the aft head point
to the clew point.
(d) The sail shall have no more than 4 batten pockets in the leech.
(e) The following are permitted: Stitching, glues, tapes, corner eyes, batten
pocket elastic, batten pocket patches, batten pocket end caps, leech line
with cleat, one window, tell tales, sail shape indicator stripes, UV
protective may be applied to the leech and foot to cover the sail when
furled; and items as permitted or prescribed by other applicable rules.
G.5.4 DIMENSIONS
minimum maximum
Luff length - 13000 mm
Luff Perpendicular
Primary reinforcement and Secondary
reinforcement:
- 3900 mm
unlimited
G.6 ASYMMETRIC SPINNAKER
G.6.1 MATERIALS
(a) The ply of the body of the sail shall be manufactured from woven nylon
(b) Mass of ply of the body of the sail not less than 40 g/m
2
(b) Sail reinforcement shall consist of….
G.6.2 CONSTRUCTION
(a) The construction shall be: soft sail, single ply sail.
(b) The body of the sail shall consist of the same woven ply throughout.
(c) The following shall be fitted: Adjustable leech, luff and foot lines(d) The following are permitted: Stitching, glues, tapes, corner eyes, recovery
line eyes, tell tales and items as permitted or prescribed by other applicable
rules.
G.6.3 DIMENSIONS
The area of the sail (“SA”) shall not exceed 130 square meters, based on
the formula:
Sail Area = ((luff length + leech length) x (0.25 foot length))
+ ((half width - 0.5 foot length) x ((leech length + luff length) / 3)).
G.7 ADDITIONAL ASYMMETRIC SPINNAKER
If a second asymmetric spinnaker is carried aboard, it shall meet the
requirements of #G.6 above except the mass of the ply of the body of the sail
shall be not less than 36 g/m2.
G.8 OSR STORM TRYSAIL
Shall be in accordance with the ISAF Offshore Special Regulations
G.9 OSR STORM JIB
Shall be in accordance with the ISAF Offshore Special Regulations


Voiles GVA GVB J1A J2A J3A S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6
sailect
 J1A Médium
J2A Lourd
J3A ORC
R = Un ris
R = Un ris
A1.5 Tête
A2 Capelage
A1.5 Tête (neuf)
Code 0
polaire

Toutes ces voiles sont dessinées et réalisées par Sylvain Péllissier LogoRouge      Le Crouesty.