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August 29, 2022:
RACING RULES OF SAILING, FRENCH EDITION – RULE 40.2
It has recently come to our attention that, in the French edition of the 2021 2024 Racing Rules of Sailing published by Sail Canada, the last sentence of rule 40.2 was not printed in the rule book. The complete text of rule 40.2 reads as follows:
40.2 When Rule 40.1 Applies
Rule 40.1 applies
(a) if flag Y was displayed afloat with one sound before or with the warning signal, while racing in that race; or
(b) if flag Y was displayed ashore with one sound, at all times while afloat that day.
However, rule 40.1 applies when so stated in the notice of race or sailing instructions.
Please take note of this correction to French edition of the rule book. We sincerely apologize for this printing omission.
With best regards,
SAIL CANADA RULES COMMITTEE
Per: Rick Hatch, chair
|World Sailing’s Racing Rules of Sailing||Changes and corrections made by World Sailing in “The Racing Rules of Sailing for 2021-2024”|
|The Sail Canada Prescriptions for the 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing are available here:
RRS 2021-2024 Sail Canada Prescriptions (updated March 14, 2022)
- Appendix U – Direct Judging – Sail Canada RRS 2021-2024. Applicable as of January 1 2021.
- Appendix V – Sound Signaling Starting System – Sail Canada RRS 2021-2024. Applicable as of January 1 2021. Thank you to US Sailing for permission to adapt their Appendix U – Audible Signal Racing System.
- Appendix KG – Notice of Race Guide – Linked to World Sailing for most up to date documents.
- Appendix LG – Sailing Instructions Guide – Linked to World Sailing for most up to date documents.
Many thanks to the Sail Canada Rules Committee and Judges’ Sub-Committee, and our support partners for helping to provide us with the Racing Rules of Sailing in Canada.