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Old 19-10-2005, 07:49 AM   #1
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i,m after a copy of the rya,s PB1 but they are out stock and its not something my local chandelry carrys can any body recommed a shop that will have on. amazon does not.
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Old 19-10-2005, 08:18 AM   #2
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I don't think the RYA published one this year. If the did, I didn't get mine.
As far as I understand it, we're still running to PB1/04.

But I could be wrong ,,,,,,, !!
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You can download extracts from PB1 from http://www.biboa.com/pb1_index.htm . Not sure how up to date it is though!
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You are correct.

The new and improved RYA did not manage to publish a PB1 for 2005, and are running on the 2004 BP1.

What did you need to know?
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i,m rerigging my boat over the winter and may want to race.So i want to rig it to race spec
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This is correct we have been running to PB1 / 04 & will be until the new PB1 arrives . This will be a new book & no longer published annually according to the RYA.

If you are more specific about what class or Racing you intend to do then I can send you the relevant pages or possibly a copy of PB1/04

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Or use the UIM rules as a guideline - available for download on their site.
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Or use the UIM rules as a guideline - available for download on their site.
Would that be the actual UIM rules or the Italian version?
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I guess it depends which rule you're interested in - choose whichever is preferable
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I guess it depends which rule you're interested in - choose whichever is preferable
I would use the Italian rules, they are much better!
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first rule being ....you must be in front of the start boat eh?!!
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i was thinking of f200
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Is there a PB1 for 2005 on the web ?
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There is a new publication for powerboat racing. Its now called "offshore racing handbook". I have 1 in front of me now. They are not going to issue yearly anymore and will add amendments when ness. Its out of date already!!!!!!
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It is easier/cheaper/more supportive/less hassle to apply for a foreign race licence.
The new 'offshore racing PB1' was being sold in WH Smiths @ £8.50.
If you get a foreign race licence you do actually have to get the boat wet to get race points.....
I think the RSPB would do a better job running UK powerboating than the RYA.
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I thought The OFFSHORE RACING HANDBOOK, is the PB1, or so it says it is!!!!!
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Old 30-03-2006, 02:33 PM   #17
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Alright try another way?
The RYA web site now offers a "Classic" licence But I cant find any info on the class on the RYA web site is it defined in the book then???
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In simple terms NO. Its that out of date they've not even put in 3c boat wieghts for epa engines. The uim have brought out new 730 rules for class 3 with canopies but no mention in the handbook.
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Oh thats OK then, So if I have got it right there are accepting licence applicationsand issuing licences for a class they havent published the rules for in the latest handbook & it's not on the web site.
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PB1 has an ISBN number of 1-905104-34-0

and is just PB1
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