Author: Royal Yachting AssociationPublish On: 2020-11-25
This book is for competitors, race officials and anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge of the Racing Rules.
Author: Royal Yachting Association
Publisher: Royal Yachting Association
Category: Sports & Recreation
Part of the RYA Racing series, this new Racing Rules Explained book, which replaces the 2017-2020 version, is the complete guide to understanding the Racing Rules of Sailing, and this format allows for very simple navigation and linking between sections to help you find the information you need. Racing Rules are compulsory for all racing sailors the world over, and this title serves to complement the existing RYA Sail Racing publications, and also to provide adequate explanations, through clear text and diagrams, behind all the Racing Rules. This book is for competitors, race officials and anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge of the Racing Rules. It is comprehensive, with seven sections that contain rules for every competitor: • Fundamental Rules • When Boats Meet • Conduct of a Race • Other Requirements when Racing • Protests, Redress Hearings, Misconduct and Appeals • Entry and Qualifications • Race Organisation This book also references the 2021-2024 case books for World Sailing, RYA, USA and Canada making it the most relevant title available. Written by Trevor Lewis, former Chair of the RYA Racing Committee, a World Sailing International Judge and an acknowledged rules expert.
Complete 2017-2020 Rules Bryan Willis ... He liked to look at the rules from the
competitor's point of view. ... It was Eric who persuaded me to join the RYA Racing Rules Committee under the chairmanship of Gerald Sambrooke-Sturgess
who, with Greg Bemis from the United States, first proposed a set of ... Eric's tragic
death in 1980 meant a great loss both to his friends and to racing sailors
Author: Bryan Willis
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
This bestselling pocket-sized racing rules book is unique in covering the rules by race situation. It explains the rules affecting each part of the race course, from the start line, round the marks and on to the finish line, and clear diagrams show which boat is in the right or the wrong. The entire 2017-2020 racing rules are also included in this edition. This book is ideal for all racers because the rules are explained by race situation, using explanatory diagrams to show the rules that apply all around the race course. The rules are graded for all levels of competition - club, national and international championship. This unique method of presentation has proved extremely popular with racers over ten editions.
Author: The Cruising AssociationPublish On: 2019-09-01
The scale of locks and other works is sufficiently generous for use by a majority of
both motor cruisers and sailing craft with lowered masts. ... In the UK, tests on the
CEVNI rules are administered by the RYA, and may be taken as written tests at
many RYA approved sailing schools, ... reprinted 2016, RYA Handy Guide to
CEVNI, 2016, reprinted 2017, Euroregs for Inland Waterways by Marion Martin, ...
Always keep well clear and never attempt to race them to a lock or through a
Author: The Cruising Association
Publisher: Imray, Laurie, Norie and Wilson Ltd
The Cruising Almanac is an annual publication first published over 100 years ago and long regarded as the perfect on board companion for cruising yachts. Compiled by The Cruising Association and Imray, it covers Northwest Europe from the Shetlands and southern Norway to Gibraltar and West Ireland to the Baltic. For 2020 the text is fully revised. Throughout, there are corrections to the detailed Imray plans which include major revisions as well as improvements to coverage.The Cruising Almanac comes with 2020 tide tables with data on 47 standard ports. For updates and corrections see www.theca.org.uk/almanac/corrections