Windsurfing Slalom and Long Distance RULES
The Hi-Winds Competition will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020. These include Appendix B (windsurfing competition rules), the Notice of Races and this Sailing instructions. The attention of the competitors shall be drawn to all important announcements, such as changes to Sailing Instructions, by displaying the code flag “L” ashore, accompanied by such a sound signal. This flag must be displayed for at least one hour. Oral instructions can also be given from the starting vessel. All official announcements shall be posted in writing on the Official Notice Board (ONB).
4. START PROCEDURE and RECALLS
4.2 Recalls Any sailor shall have to accept recall circumstances, even though some may have started correctly. Following a recall and exactly one minute after the recall flag “First Substitute” has been lowered, a new warning signal (three minutes red flag) shall be given.
4.2.2 Long Distance There will be no individual or general recalls. Disqualifications for the Long Distance discipline shall be announced at the ONB.