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World Sailing Offshore Safety Regulations

SORC take safety seriously and we expect all boats competing in our races to conform to the relevant World Sailing Offshore Safety Regulations, sometimes with modifications, as stated in our Notice of Race.

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General Sailing Instructions 2022

General Sailing Instructions 2022

The General Sailing Instructions apply throughout the season, and are supplemented by the specific race Sailing Instructions when issued. It is important that for each specific race you are aware of both the General Sailing Instructions AND the race specific Sailing Instructions.

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SORC Risk Declaration & Statement

SORC Risk Declaration & Statement

Every skipper must submit a signed Risk Declaration & Statement before they do their first race of any season.

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Solent Marks

Solent Area Marks List 2022

SCRA (Solent Racing & Cruising Association) racing marks for 2022
SORC

Notice of Race 2022

v1.2 - 8 February 2022
This NoR (Notice of Race) is for the full SORC 2022 season. You must read it carefully AND also the relevant SI's (Sailing Instructions) for the races you have entered when they are issued. The Notice of Race includes the Skippers Risk Declaration which needs to be signed each season before your first race.

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Port Marine Safety - Risk Assessment 2022

Port Marine Safety - Risk Assessment 2022

The Solo Offshore Racing Club take serious consideration of the risks involved in our unique sport. Yacht racing of any discipline can never be risk free and, by its nature, can be dangerous. However it is important for us to mitigate the risks where we can. We have prepared this Risk Assessment and submitted it to all the relevant Authorities. We STRONGLY recommend that all competitors and officers read this carefully.

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