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Advice for Rescue Crews

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Published 14:10 on 2 Apr 2021

As the club re-opens for club racing and recreational sailing on Sunday 4th April, we have issued guidance for rescue crews.

The first tranche of this season's duty rota has now been published in the members' area of the website and individual members on duty have been notified by email of their duty date. Please remember that it is your responsibility to organise a swap with another club member if you cannot make a date that has been allocated to you. You may wish to remind yourself how the Sailing Club Duty Rota system works by reading the document in the club documents section.

For the time being, racing will be organised by members present on the day and there will be no formal Officer of the Day. This means that the rescue officer is the responsible person in charge during their duty period.

Our sailing secretary Paul Swinnerton and his immediate predecessor Richard Blunt have very kindly put together some supplementary advice aimed specifically at rescue crews which they ask that we read before coming down to the club to undertake a duty. A copy is also available to download from the club documents section of the members area of the website.

Last updated 11:12 on 1 August 2021

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