Yachting Australia
For Offshore Races across mostly protected open water or close to shorelines
Sail No. Boat Name Owner/s LOA Displ tonnes Max Crew State Maritime Hull Registration No.
Compliance Form valid until 30th June of the year following the date of this form,

or __ __ / __ __ / __ __ whichever is the earlier.
Subject to spot checks Reg 2.02.2
I have read and understand my obligations as owner set out in the Yachting Australia Special Regulations 2009-2013 in particular
1.02.1, 1.02.2 and 1.02.3 - Owner’s Responsibility. I understand that this audit is carried out only as a guide to owners and
organising authorities. An Auditor/inspector cannot limit or reduce the complete and unlimited responsibility of the owner or owner’s
representative as defined in regulations 1.02.1, 1.02.2 and 1.02.3- Owner’s Responsibility.
I undertake all of its equipment as specified in the Yachting Australia Special Regulations 2009-2013 will remain on the boat and
continue to be in good condition and repair.
I have checked the equipment in accordance with 2.02.2 summarised in the following list for the above mentioned boat and the
equipment listed was found to be on board at the time and date of this Audit.
Audited by (print name)
Signature of Auditor
MYA accreditation No
State Maritime Authority Sticker issued YES / NO
NOTE: Auditors do not inspect items referred to in Regulations 2.04; Section 3 Part 1; or Part 6. (refer to 2.02.2).
Owners must satisfy Organising Authorities as to those items when required to do so.
Yachting Australia Special Regulations 2009-2013 Equipment List
This Section to be completed and initialled by Owner (O) and Auditor/Inspector (EA) (j) If lifelines not fixed to bow pulpit, gap 150mm or Reg Equipment
(k) Stanchions straight, vertical or angled not more 2 exits 1 forward of mast; minimum clearance Lifeline height, spacing, number comply with table 450mm for Age/Series Date 07/2010 or later Reg Equipment
(a) Hatches above water when heeled 90º. (a) Lifelines uncoated stainless steel wire non complying permitted area 0.071m2 or less (b) Lifeline coating not moulded to wire (b) Immediately shut, permanently attached lid (d) Gap secured by lanyard 100mm or less Blocking device for low sill companionway Companionway hatch strong securing arrangement (e) Strength lifeline system, wire size comply Pulpits, stanchions, lifelines not carbon fibre. Toilet, securely fastened or fitted bucket Bunks, securely installed, sufficient 50% of crew Cooking stove safe use in seaway eg. gimballed Cooking stove securely fastened, accessible Cockpit strong, self draining at all angles of heel, Methylated spirits acceptable for cooking Bilge pump outlet not connected to cockpit drain (b) Gas detection system if appliance uses a pilot Bow, lateral, central, stern wells, in cockpit volume Gas bottle, spare canisters in separate, ventilated, self draining locker, vapour can escape overboard At least 1 water tank securely installed for Age Date (ii) Forward gap open pulpit less than 360 mm OR (iii) Forestay in or forward of gap, gap between Bilge pump not to discharge into closed cockpit or (b) Stern pulpit top rail no lower than upper lifeline (c) Lifelines, stanchions continuous deck barrier Bilge pump minimum suction bore 25mm & strum (d) Pulpit top rails no lower than upper lifelines (e) Openable upper rails secured whilst racing 1 manual bilge pump operable with all cockpit (f) Pulpits & stanchions permanently installed seats, hatches & companionways shut. (g) Pulpits & stanchion bases inboard no more than Unless permanent each pump handle with lanyard 2 x 8ltr buckets stout construction with lanyard (i) Lifeline terminals may be aft of working deck if Marine magnetic compass permanently installed, Yachting Australia
(a) Charts (not solely electronic), plotting equipment (c) List of lights or charts with light details Spare bulbs except for multiple LED array lamps Inboard engine to SR 3.24.1 & 3.24.2, OR outboard engine with tanks, fuel supply securely fastened Outboard motors mounted at all times, may be Tools, spares, effective way to cut rigging Reg Equipment
Motors used outboard to be mounted; raised but not Reg Equipment
Sharp knife sheathed, restrained in or near cockpit Name on all buoyant equipment & items Separate generators, if permanently installed, Reflective tape lifebuoys, lifeslings, liferafts & PFDs covered; permanent exhaust, fuel supply & tank 406MHz EPIRB & current registration label attached (a) Inboard petrol tanks permanently installed, metal, vented to open air, electrically grounded, filler position prevents fuel/vapour entering boat (b) diesel tanks metal or other certified material (d) outboard tanks secured on deck or ventilated compartment; manufacturer supplied or standards (d) kapok, cork. non buoyant material disallowed (e) Petrol not below decks in portable containers (g) Retro reflective tape 50x100mm both sides (ii) VHF masthead aerial if mast greater than 11m Sail numbers; separate cloth, eyelets & lashings (d) Storm trysail OR Mainsail Luff reef 40% or more (a) High-vis colour or patches if made prior 07/2005 (a) port & starboard attached to strong points permit (b) rotating wing mast used in lieu of trysail highly coloured visible patch each side of mast (b) 1x19 stainless wire 5mm min diameter or (c) Sheeting positions storm, heavy weather sail equivalent strength spectra rope or webbing (d) storm or heavy weather jib alternate means of (d) lashings & fastenings equivalent strength to attachment independent of luff groove device (e) sail nums both sides trysail or rotating wing mast (e) not to use stanchion bases for attachment (f) storm trysail to set with inmast furling mainsail (a) Clipping points, through bolted/welded deck (a) Aromatic polyamides, carbon fibre & similar not (b) jackstays so crew to clip on & unclip from below (c) clipping points 2/3rds crew other than jackstays V Distress sheet or International signal (a) fire extinguishers 2x10BE AS1841.4 / AS1841.6, readily accessible, inspection Date ……/……/…… (a) Number PFDs ………….(not Mae West) (b) Vest type less than 150N permitted until 07/2011 (a) Anchor & ground tackle as per Table 1 (c) All new or from 07/2011 PFDs 150N of higher to (b) Anchor & warps sizes as per Table 2 or Table 3 Type……………….…kgs…………. (c) Primary anchor assembled, attached to ground (ii) equivalent/more stringent overseas standard (iii) Branded with standard mark of approval 2 x flashlight floating type, spare batteries & bulbs; 1 Medical Kit, at least items in 4.07.8 and NoR (a) Each inflatable PFD1 Service date / / Medical Kit waterproof container Alternative brands (b) Each non inflatable PFD annual check Spare PFD as required in SR 5.01.1(b), (c) for at Panadol / Nurofen x 40;Panadeine x 20;Disprin x 20 least 10% of total persons on board (minimum 1) Safety harness, line ( 2m long or less); 1 per crew (i) Each harness & line to AS2227 OR (ii) equivalent standard eg. EN 1095 (ISO 12401) Adhesive tape 50mmx2.5m x 1;Non adherent (iii) each branded with standard approval mark dressings x 5;Antiseptic skin solution 15ml x 1;Alcohol swabs x 10;Medicreme with Xylocaine x 1; Each PFD & harness compatible, fitted & adjusted Saline solution 250ml x 1; Solugel 100mgs x Personal light (strobe or SOLAS LSA2.2.3) for each 1;Sunscreen 30+SPF 250ml x 1; s/s scissors ; Safety pins x 10; CPR mask or 6 x face shields ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT IF ANY REQUIRED BY NOTICE OF RACE Yachting Australia

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