Fastnet Navigation. Nat Ives - RORC May 5 2009. AGENDA. Aim of the course The role of the navigator offshore Pre-race prep On the race track Routine and log Competitor tracking Weather and strategy updates Performance monitoring. Course to Sail Strategy Competitor tracking
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5(d) VHF AND RADIO COMMUNICATIONS (SEE ALSO 6(b))
Sailing Instructions may request yachts to send position reports during a race. There is no limit on communication from a yacht provided the yacht does not receive information (other than that publicly available to all) which might help her in the race – see RRS41 - (outside help). A yacht may receive information about severe weather without infringing RRS41 (outside help).
Create a daily timetable based on the above, run preliminary routes to highlight key points of race area
Use to update forecast and track features