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This book has only a single chapter about rules, but it is strongly recommended that you really get into detail and learn them. After all, you need to know the rules before you can obey them and even use them to your advantage. However, this chapter will certainly give you the basics. Before you even get on the race course you should know the rules, as a nasty collision could result if you don t. A rule book is part of your essential kit for any regatta and a vital part of your race preparation. Every four years (each Olympic cycle) some small changes are made, so take care to keep up with these. Remember, the rules are slightly different for different areas of the sport: eet, match and team racing. However, the fundamentals remain the same, in line with the principles of sportsmanship: if you break a rule you will promptly take a penalty, which may be to retire from the race. Failure to obey the rules may see you severely penalised. You must use the wind and the water to increase, maintain or decrease your boat s speed. You may adjust the trim of the sails and the hull, and perform other acts of seamanship, but must not otherwise use your body to propel the boat, other than to exaggerate the roll in a tack or gybe (as long as the speed coming out of the tack or gybe is not greater than going in) and to prompt sur ng or planing, when you are allowed one pump per wave or gust.
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Understanding the de nitions is essential: Abandon: A race that a race committee or protest committee abandons is void but may be resailed.
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Clear astern, clear ahead, overlap: One boat is clear astern of another when her hull and equipment in normal sailing position are behind a line abeam from the aftermost point of the other boat s hull and equipment in its normal sailing position. The other boat is clear ahead. They overlap when neither is clear astern. However, they are also overlapped when a boat between them overlaps both. These terms do not apply to boats on opposite tacks unless rule 18 applies (rounding and passing marks and obstructions).
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So there is no overlap
The boats are on different tacks. Therefore there is no overlap.
Overlap
Overlap
The pole is not in its usual position. Therefore there is no overlap.
9.1b Overlap.
Finish: A boat nishes when any part of her hull, or crew, or equipment in normal position, crosses the nishing line in the direction of the course from the last mark, either
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for the rst time, or after taking a penalty under rules 31.2 and 44.2 or under rule 28.1 after correcting an error at the nishing line. Interested party: A person who may gain or lose as a result of a protest committee s decision, or who has a close personal interest in the decision. Keep clear: One boat keeps clear of another if the other can sail her course with no need to take avoiding action and, when the boats are overlapped on the same tack, if the leeward boat can change course in both directions without immediately making contact with the windward boat.
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If the leeward boat changes course, the windward boat can not avoid a collision since the boats are too close.
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9.1c Keeping clear.
Leeward and windward: A boat s leeward side is the side that is or, when she is head to wind, was away from the wind. However, when sailing by the lee or directly downwind, her leeward side is the side on which the mainsail lies. The other side is her windward side. When two boats on the same tack overlap, the one on the leeward side of the other is the leeward boat. The other is the windward boat.