Anything by Tristan Jones
Captain Jones has clamed to have logged 450,000 nautical miles - probably more than any other living person. Mostly aboard small sailboats and mostly alone. He said he sailed the Atlantic at least 20 times, 9 were single-handed and he has circumnavigated the globe 3...
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Case 69 in the ISAF Case Book talks about this also:
Rule 42.1, Propulsion: Basic Rule
Momentum of a boat after her preparatory signal that is the
result of being propelled by her engine before the signal does
not break rule 42.1.
In a flat sea and 1-2 knots of wind a...
I get it, a common question.
I vote for looping around mark 2, leaving it to Starboard to comply with rule 28.1:
28.1 A boat shall start, leave each mark on the required side in the correct
order, and finish, so that a string representing her wake after starting
and until finishing would...