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Can someone post a link to a clear definition of barging, and in particular how it relates to a numbered rule?
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Barging is covered by the windward/leeward rule (#11), i.e. if two boats on same tack have an overlap, the windward boat must keep clear. Barging is not exonerated by the "mark room" exceptions to the windward/leeward rule contained in Section C (mostly Rule #18), because Section C by definition does not apply at the starting marks.

Try this: Barging Diagram
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Can someone post a link to a clear definition of barging, and in particular how it relates to a numbered rule?
Barging no longer exists. It's all W/L and room at the mark.
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It still exists, you just don't call it barging, and it doesn't have it's own rule, but the act is still illegal, just as it was then.
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Team Russia did this to Delta Lloyd during the inshore races in alicante although they actually managed to spear DL with their bow sprit. Nice going boys.
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