Throughout: Information on First Flights Foiling has been added to the book. The flow chart on page three has been updated, the syllabus has been added to pages 24 and 25, a certificate page has been added in the back of the book, and the accompanying poster has been amended to include the course.
Inside front cover: Details regarding sailing being incorporated into GCSE PE have been added.
Page 12: An introduction has been added to the course featured on this page.
Inside back cover: Information on 'Sail Safe: The 7 Common Senses' has been added.
Page 49: The first sentence on this page has been amended to read:
In this example, the height of the evening tide varies between 1.1m and 3.4m above chart datum, a range of 2.3m.
Page 49: The illustration at the bottom of this page has been amended. The second column, 'Rules of Tenths' has been amended to read 'Rule of Percentages'. The corresponding numbers in this column have been amended to percentages.
Page 131/132: Five new entries have been added to the glossary: 'Angle of attack', 'Bear away', 'CMG', 'Displacement (dinghy)', and 'VMG'.
Page 7: The sub-heading ‘RYA CHAMPION CLUBS’ has been amended to read ‘BRITISH YOUTH SAILING (BYS) RECOGNISED CLUB’.
Page 7: In the first paragraph of the ‘BRITISH YOUTH SAILING (BYS) RECOGNISED CLUB’ section, line one, ‘The RYA Champion Club Programme’ has been amended to read ‘The BYS Recognised ClubProgramme’.
Page 7: In the second paragraph of the ‘BRITISH YOUTH SAILING (BYS) RECOGNISED CLUB’ section, ‘A Champion Club’ has been amended to read ‘A BYS Recognised Club’.
Page 8: The text in the OnBoard section has been completely updated.
Page 110: In paragraph two, line four, ‘The first thing you should do is ask!’ has been deleted and replaced with:
Always ask, don't make assumptions, listen well, assess the support the person needs and the adjustments you may need to make. Deliver what you have planned and reflect and learn for the next time.
Page 110: The sub-heading in the middle of the page has been amended to read:
How the RYA Sailability Programme can Support your Training Needs
Page 110: In paragraph seven, line one, the word ‘programme’ has been added after the word ‘Sailability’.
Page 110: In paragraph nine, line one, ‘RYA Sailability’ has been amended to read ‘The RYA Sailability programme’.
Page 110: The text in the RYA Sailability Awareness Training section has been completely updated.
Pages 113-117: The text on these pages of the Advice and Guidance section has been updated.
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Page 39: In the lower illustration, on the right-hand side, the caption reading ‘Close reach’ has been amended to read as follows:
Page 3: In the last line of text, the URL has been updated to read: 'www.ellenmacarthurcancertrust.org'.
Page 84: Five URL links have been updated in the list of 'Useful Websites:
The URL ‘www.dinghyshop.co.uk’ has been updated to ‘www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk’
The URL ‘http://www.rya.org.uk/classes.asp’ has been updated to ‘www.rya.org.uk/racing/youth-junior/info/Pages/recognised-classes.aspx’
The URL ‘www.optimistsailing.org.uk’ has been updated to ‘www.optimist.org.uk’
The URL ‘www.gbrtopper.co.uk’ has been updated to ‘www.itca-gbr.co.uk’
The URL ‘www.asto.org.uk’ has been updated to ‘www.uksailtraining.org.uk’
Page 6: Under the sub-heading 'What is an RYA Recognised Training Centre?', paragraph three has been amended to read:
All training, whether inland or coastal, should cover and include tidal material relevant to the level.
Page 13: The 'Coastal Waters' section has been removed from this page.
Page 17: In the left hand column, the sub-heading 'Coastal (Optional)' has been removed, along with the first sentence beneath this: 'Capable of practical application of Section A on coastal waters'.
Page 17: In the right hand column, the last sentence has been removed: 'Candidates seeking assessment on coastal waters will demonstrate knowledge from the coastal section option'.
Page 36: In the grey text box, the duration has been amended to read '20 hours' instead of 'two days/20 hours'.
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