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      Abbreviated rules   07/28/2017

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Safety At Sea Waiver

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While the waiver has the normal stuff about risk which is fine


Assuming liability for anything that happens to the docks or equipment while i am being trained seems a bit much or is this just normal 2112 stuff ?


"if such damage is the direct result of my improper use, negligence, or deliberate violation of the Navigation Rules or racing rules"


What do you plan on doing?

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Beware that "hold harmless" clause -- that means you'll provide legal representation out of your pocket if anyone sues


Or at the expense of whoever underwrites your personal umbrella policy.

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