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Weather

Performance and Tactics

Analyzing the Jet Stream Michael Carr
Understanding Weather Michael Carr
Weather Information Sources Michael Carr
How to Sail with Weather  Bob Rice
El Nino and La Nina
 
Dachew's Training Page
 

NRL Monterey General Satellite Training
NRL Monterey Products Training Center
FNMOC Satellite Training
Center
About Rogue Waves
English Bay Winds & Tides Don Martin, RVYC
Good Lanes and Bad Lanes Brad Read
Mainsail Controls for Performance
Mainsail Controls for Performance—Part Two
Shifting Gears in Light and Variable Wind
Shifting Gears Upwind, Part Two
Controlling the Spinnaker
Downwind Teamwork
Communicating
Betsy Alison

VicMaui
Vic-Maui Strategy by the Weatherguy
Vic-Maui Strategy Text or Presentation by David Shore
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VicMaui 2000 Roll Call Logs
TransPac tactics by Stan Honey 
TransPac tactics 2  by Stan Honey
Weather for Pacific Cup by Rick Shema 
Squall Strategy by Max Ebb Publications and Latitude 38 

Racing Rules

Newsletters

2001-2004 Rules in PDF (Without Cdn Prescriptions)
2001 - 2004 Case Book (scroll to bottom)
Interactive Rules Quiz by UK Sails
Animated Case Book

Protest Room Basics

Racing Rules Simplified:
1) Port keeps clear of starboard.
2) Windward keeps clear of leeward
3) The boat astern keeps clear of the boat ahead.
4) A boat Tacking or Jibing keeps clear of one that is not.
5) Avoid collisions.
6) If you gain right of way or change course, give the other boat time to keep clear.
7) The inside boat(s) at two boat lengths from the mark is entitled to room to round the mark.
8) A boat that is backing up or not racing keeps clear.
9) If you have violated a rule, take a penalty

Scuttlebutt
SailNet

Safety

Preparing a Ditch Bag
Sail Repair At Sea
Interactive Navigation Lights At Night

Man Overboard (MOB)
http://www.ussailing.org/safety/Rescues/index.htm 
http://www.ussailing.org/safety/Studies/1998_lmsrf_study.htm
http://www.ussailing.org/safety/Studies/1998_lmsrf_stats.htm
http://old.sailingworld.com/pfdmob/pfdrepjb.htm 

 

 

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