Re: Wave Sailing Rules

Date: Sat Jun 27 1998 - 09:52:02 PDT

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Subject: Re:  Wave Sailing Rules
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Numerelo UNO.) The big unwritten RULE is, let the sailor coming in trying to
pinch into the swell have the right of way. 'Starbord Rules' does not apply
on the waves.

2.) If you are on a wave with another sailor just stay ahead enough to let
them have the critical part. Give em room. If they are experienced this
shouldn't be a problem. Newer wave riders may get nervous of the white water,
so use consideration and good judgement based on your own abilities. Everyone
is out there to hit the lip. Usually there are multiple sections that allow
every body to have a crack.


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