Rule 14, Avoiding Contact
Rule 15, Acquiring Right of Way
Rule 18.1(b), Mark-Room: When Rule 18 Applies
Rule 18.2(b), Mark-Room: Giving Mark-Room
Rule 18.2(d), Mark-Room: Giving Mark-Room
When a boat entitled to mark-room under rule 18.2(b) passes head to wind, rule 18.2(b) ceases to apply and she must comply with the applicable rule of Section A.
Definitions, Finish
Rule 62.1(a), Redress
When a finishing line is laid so nearly in line with the last leg that it cannot be determined which is the correct way to cross it in order to finish according to the definition, a boat may cross the line in either direction and her finish is to be recorded accordingly.
Rule 49.2, Crew Position; Lifelines
Repeated sail trimming with a competitor's torso outside the lifelines is not permitted
Definitions, Rule
Rule 61.1, Protest Requirements: Informing the Protestee
Rule 86.1(c), Changes to the Racing Rules
If a racing rule is not one of the rules listed in rule 86.1(c), class rules are not permitted to change it. If a class rule attempts to change such a rule, that class rule is not valid and does not apply.
Definitions, Keep Clear
Rule 10, On Opposite Tacks
Rule 14(a), Avoiding Contact
A right-of-way boat need not act to avoid contact until it is clear that the other boat is not keeping clear.
Definitions, Keep Clear
Rule 10, On Opposite Tacks
Rule 14, Avoiding Contact
A boat may avoid contact and yet fail to keep clear.
Rule 50.1(a), Competitor Clothing and Equipment
Except on a windsurfer or a kiteboard, a competitor may not wear or otherwise attach to his person a beverage container.
Definitions, Sail the Course
Rule 28.1, Sailing the Course
When a boat's string passes a mark on the required side, she does not break rule 28.2 if her string, when drawn taut, also passes that mark on the non-required side.
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