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hahah, sorry trying todo to manythings.

Understood. will read on...
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Morning! Tongue

Had a little chat last night about all the infomation. and a few point got rasied which id like to add in the mix.

While boat A shouted tacking for x, he then sailed a on the new port take a good length of time/boat before the startboard shout was made. I would say that they where not adjacent. does that have any affect on rule 20?


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Hi Duncan,

I think it's time for you to put your thinking cap on.

Does A say B broke rule 20, or any other rule? If so which subparagraph, and why?

Does B say A broke rule 20, or any other rule? If so which subparagraph, and why?
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hahah thinking cap is on, i keep doing 720 in my head! its all got a bit blurred.


No rule break about rule 20.    but where rules 20 comes into it.. is boat a is sailing and tacks out of the way of an obstuction. no one needs to give him room.. he sales for a bit... boat be comes across hails startboard... Boat A slows then thinks hang on i can make it. sheets on. but does not make it.. B avoids..

. A then says i could could not tack as i had already tack for an obsuction... but he had already tacked to clear the obstuction...

what i wanted to ask in orgunally is one you tack for an obstuction when does that claim dissapear..

in my head this is just a standard rule 10


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Rule 20, if it applies, is over and done with when the hailed boat either tacks, or having responded 'You tack', has given the hailing boat room to tack and avoid her.

You say neither boat allege that the other broke rule 20. Ok.

B, right of way on stbd tack needs to avoid A on port tack, and does so. A does not keep clear of B. A breaks rule 10.

Yes its just a straight up rule 10.

Is B saying that, somehow or other:
* she was not required to keep clear of A, OR
* she was entitled to be exonerated under rule 43 for failing to keep clear of A, OR
* A was obliged to do something to help B comply with the rules.

What is B saying and what rule does B think applies to support her?

And, BTW, in P/S cross, a boat is almost never 'forced' to tack to keep clear: it is almost always possible for her to duck, or start sheets, luff and slow, or stop.

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