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Offline andreas

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ISAF crews.....
« on: March 30, 2008, 22:59:04 PM »
The ISAF OSR rules say the following :

6.01 At least 30% but not fewer than two members of a
crew
, including the skipper shall have undertaken
training within the five years before the start of the
race in both 6.02 topics for theoretical sessions,
and 6.03 topics which include practical, hands-on
sessions.


But 1 person is 50% on a MINI, 2 persons are 100% ....

Appendices
Appendix A parts I and II are minimum standards; B to G are advisory;
H, J, K and L are minimum standards.
A part I Minimum Specifications for Yachtsmen’s Liferafts
(valid for liferafts manufactured before 1/2003)       55
A part II Minimum Specifications for Yachtsmen’s Liferafts       57
B A guide to ISO and other standards        58
C Standard Inspection Card          61
D Quickstop and Lifesling          64
E Hypothermia            70
F Drogues             74
G Training             76
H ISAF Code for the organisation of Oceanic Races      91
J Category 5 for inshore racing         92
K   Minimum specification for yachts fitted with Moveable
and Variable Ballast            96
L Category 6 for inshore racing         98

G 7.2  It is not necessary for a training course to follow Appendix G Model
Training Course in order to receive approval as in 7.1 above.  The
overriding requirement is that the course must deliver the training required
by Special Regulation 6.01.

Could say , that as long as you learned what you need to know it should be accepted....

6.01 At least 30% but not fewer than two members of a
crew, including the skipper shall have undertaken
training within the five years before the start of the
race in both 6.02 topics for theoretical sessions,
and 6.03 topics which include practical, hands-on
sessions.
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6.01.2 Every member of a crew including the skipper shall
have undertaken training as in OSR 6.01 MoMu0
6.01.3It is strongly recommended that all crew members
should undertake training as in OSR 6.01 at least once
every five years
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6.01.4 Except as otherwise provided in the Notice of Race, an
in-date certificate gained at an ISAF Approved
Offshore Personal Survival Training course shall be
accepted by a race organizing authority as evidence of
compliance with Special Regulation 6.01. See
Appendix G - Model Training Course, for further
details.
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