NCORC regs 2018
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Instructions for using the Safety Equipment Requirements spreadsheet.
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1This spreadsheet is intended to be used by Organizing Authorities (OA) to assist in defining what gear is required for races of various categories.
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2There are three categories of races, based on their duration, distance offshore, and access to rescue services: Ocean, Coastal, and Nearshore.
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3OAs may, at their discretion, add or subtract items from a category based on the unique characteristics of each race they are running.
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4Additional items that could be included when the conditions warrant are given a beige tint in columns D, E, and F. This is not intended to be a complete list, but rather a list of incremental items from other races.
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5Columns G and H can be helpful if the SER spreadsheet is to be used as a pre- or post-race inspection form. None of the print ranges use columns G and H, but they can be easily added.
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6The Excel Function Custom Views (View->Custom Views) can be used to see All Categories, Ocean, Coastal, or Nearshore requirements.
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7Alternatively, the three categories can be filtered using the Excel Autofilter function. Click the triangle in the SE corner of "Ocean", "Coastal", or "Nearshore" and either choose to clear the filter or select "Select All" and then deselect "(Blanks)".
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8Items in italics have been changed since the last version in 2015.
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