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Rules in Practice, 2009 to 2012 Clearance

Rules in Practice, 2009 to 2012

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Model # 11416971 | Mfg # WIL038
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Rules in Practice is primarily for competitive sailors who race in keelboats and dinghies. The Racing Rules of Sailing apply to all forms of sailboat racing. The author-—a member of the International Sailing Federation—looks at 100 key situations that occur on the racecourse - both championship and club racing. Unlike the competition, Bryan looks at each situation from your viewpoint, the helmsman. It summarizes what each may, must, or cannot do.

Armed with this information you will have the confidence to exploit your rights to the full, on the water and in the protest room. It features a special analysis of the latest rule changes and has been extended to contain the very latest Rules and Appendices in full.


  1. Introduction
  2. The Basics
  3. Before the Preparatory Signal
  4. In the Preparatory Period
  5. The Start
  6. The Gate Start
  7. On the Beat
  8. Rounding the Windward Mark
  9. On the Reach
  10. Rounding the Wing Mark
  11. Rounding the Leeward Mark from the Reach
  12. On the Run
  13. Rounding the leeward mark from the Run
  14. The Finish
  15. Means of Propulsion
  16. Taking a Penalty
  17. Protesting
  18. Requesting Redress & Appealing

Rules in Practice, 2009 to 2012

Author Bryan Willis
Dimensions 6.80 Inches x 8.4 Inches
Features Paperback
Pages 152
Type Sailing