Race committees should be aware of the potential for damage and injury resulting from the use of starting cannons and similar devices. Due consideration should be given to the necessity of their use, their placement and where competitors reasonably may be expected to be at the time of firing.
The RYA wishes to ensure that all race officials are aware of the potential for damage and injury resulting from the use of starting cannons and similar devices.
Supplementary guidance to the RYA Race Management Guide for Organising Authorities looking to run inshore and offshore keelboating events.
The Race Management Committee have recently updated the Club Notice of Race guidance, this provides guidance on the information required to be included in a notice of race and an example of how the minimum requirements may be met for simple club racing.
The RYA’s Racing Rules Committee has recently updated their guidance on rules disputes. The wording throughout this guidance has been updated and made clearer. It is emphasised that the Arbitrator/Adviser gives an opinion rather than makes a decision. Advisory Hearing has been changed to ‘Advisory Meeting.’
Updated guidance to reflect changes in the definition for the 2021 - 2024 rules and to provide guidance on the introduction of World Sailing Development Rule DR21-01.
The UK Team Racing Association have recently completed a full review of the standard sailing instructions used for team racing events in the UK following the updates to the RRS.
The RYA recommends use of the UKTRA Standard SIs for team racing events.