Aluetuomarikurssi 12–13.3.2011


Kurssinsisältö

Asiat tässä eivät ole tarkeys tms järjestyksessä. Nämä ovat muistiinpanoja kurssilta.

Päivä I

Kilpapurjehdus ja tuomaritoiminta sekä säännöt

Sääntö

Mitä sääntö tarkoittaa?

– Sääntökirjan säännöt

– Luokkasäänöt

– Purjehdusohjeet ja kilpailukutsu

– Laki  ja meriteiden säännät (tähän ei kiinnitetty huomiota)

Nämä ei voi olla ristiriidassa keskenään

Kaikkia koskeva sääntöperusta

esim mikä on vahingon tuottaminen ja mikä on vahinko?

tuulenosittimen hajoaminen ei ole vahinko, koska se ei aiheuta muuta kun maksimissaan kisasijoituksen huononemisen – JURY päättää jos kyseessä on protesti.

 

Määritelmiä

Vene kilpailee valmiusvietistään lähtien kune tulee maaliin tai muuten keskeyttää kisan (hylkäys, keskeytys ym)

Vene lähtee (30.1)

Kun se on kaikilta osin ensin lähtölinjan toisella puolella (lähdössä myös miehistö)

Vene tulee maaliin kun sen varusteet tai miehistö on normaalilla paikallaan ylittänyt maalilinjan.

Zone

Lähempänä oleva veneen 3 veneen mitan mukaan.

Esim. Kun pienempi vene saavuttaa zonen, zone ei enää muutu

Esimerkiksi ankkuriköysi ei ole osa merkkiä

Väistämissäännöt: Kun veneet kohtaavat

Halssit

Iso tai ylhäällä olevan purjeen mukaan

Jos kumpikaan vene ei ole selvästi perässä, on niillä peitto olemassa.

Paljon esimerkkejä ja muutama websaitti :

http://game.finckh.net/

http://www.ukhalsey.com/RulesQuiz/quiz_list.asp

 

Merkeillä esteillä (18 & 19)

+ muut säännöt (20 – 22)

Erimerkkejä ja Finckh saitti

Ryhmätyöt

Preparatory signal

These signal flags are used before a race start and most commonly as part of a start sequence/procedure.

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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P

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Normal preparatory signal – no starting penalties are in effect. A boat over the line at the start can return through the line or round an ends but must keep clear of boats not returning.If they fail to return through the line however they will be scored OCS

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I

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The Round-an-End Rule 30.1 will be in effect. A boat over the line during the minute before the start must sail to the pre-start side of the line around either end before starting. If they fail to do this they will be scored OCS

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Z

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The 20% Penalty Rule 30.2 will be in effect. A boat within the triangle formed by the ends of the line and the first mark during the minute before the start will receive a 20% scoring penalty

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I

Z

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Both the I flag rule and the Z flag Rule will be in effect during the minute before the start. If they fail to round and end then they will be scored OCS

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The Black Flag Rule 30.3 will be in effect. A boat within the triangle formed by the ends of the line and the first mark during the minute before the start will be disqualified without a hearing

Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racing_Rules_of_Sailing>

Postponement signal

The Answering Pennant (AP) with or without a numerical pennant is used to indicate a postponed race. A numerical pennant below the AP denotes the time, in hours, of the race postponement.

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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AP

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Races not yet started are postponed.

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AP

1

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Races not yet started are postponed 1 hour.

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AP

2

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Races not yet started are postponed 2 hours.

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AP

3

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Races not yet started are postponed 3 hours.

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AP

A

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Races not yet started are postponed. No more racing today.

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AP

H

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Races not yet started are postponed. More information ashore.

Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racing_Rules_of_Sailing>

Start signal

These signal flags are used in the pre-start procedure. Class flags can be numeral pennants 1

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, 2

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, and 3

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however they can be substituted to avoid confusion with the postponement signals relating to a particular class.

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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,

1 ↑

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Warning Signal. 5 minutes to race start when class flag raised.

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1

P ↑

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Preparatory signal. 4 minutes to start when P flag raised. Flag P used or if a starting penalty applies I, Z, Black flag or I over Z is used in place of P.

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1

P ↓

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Long sound

Preparatory signal. P flag removed 1 minute before start. Flag P used or if a starting penalty applies I, Z, Black flag or I over Z is used in place of P.

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1 ↓

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Start Signal. Race start when class flag removed.

[edit] Recall signal

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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X

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Individual recall.

One or more boats did not start correctly and must return back and do a proper start. The X flag is displayed until the earliest of the following: all boats over the line early have returned correctly, 4 minutes from the start or until one minute before the next start. (The sound signal is in addition to the start sound signal)

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1st Sub

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General recall.

All boats are to return and then a new start sequence will begin. Signaled when there are unidentified boats over the line or subject to one of the starting penalties, or there has been an error in the starting procedure. The new warning signal for the recalled class will be made 1 minute after the 1st substitute is removed. (The two sound signals when the first substitute is displayed are in addition to the start sound signal)

[edit] Course change signal

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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S

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Shortened Course.

When displayed at a rounding mark the finish is between the nearby mark and the mast displaying the S flag. When displayed at a line that boats are required to cross at the end of each lap the finish is that line. When displayed at a gate the finish is between the gate marks.

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C

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Course Change.

When displayed at a rounding mark, the position of the next mark has been changed. If the direction to the mark has changed it shall be indicated by displaying the new compass bearing or a green triangular flag (or board) for a change to starboard or a red rectangular flag (or board) for a change to port. If the length of the leg has changed then this shall be signalled by displaying a ”-” if the leg will shorter or a ”+” if the leg will be longer. Repeated sound signals should be made to draw attention to the signal.

[edit] Abandonment signal

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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N

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All races that have started are abandoned. Return to starting area for a new start. The first warning signal will be made 1 minute after N is removed.

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N

A

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All races are abandoned. No more racing today.

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N

H

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All races are abandoned. More information ashore.

[edit] Other signals

Flag signal

Number of sound signals when raised

Number of sound signals when lowered

Description

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L

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When displayed afloat means: Come within hail or follow this boat.

When displayed ashore means: A notice to competitors has been posted.

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M

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Indicates a boat or an object displaying this signal replaces a missing mark.

Repeated sound signals should be made to draw attention to the signal.

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Y

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All people on board should wear a personal life jacket or personal buoyancy.

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When displayed the race committee boat is in position at the finishing line.

Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racing_Rules_of_Sailing>

Miten kolmen tai useamman veneen peitosta pääseen eroon?

 

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Päivä II

Lisää säännöistä

Protesti, Hyvityspyyntö ja muutoksenhaku

Protestilipunkäyttöön on syytä kiinnittää huomiota

Harjoitusprotesti

Kirjallinen koe

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Sailing here since 1964
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