Contact uscontact the rya rya rya membership about the rya start boating courses training knowledge advice news events racing performance programmes initiatives shop online 0 rya membership for rya members member reward partner offers contact the membership team renew your membership refer a friend update your membership category joining the rya join the rya . Transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying or otherwise without the prior written permission of the rya a further example of log book is available from the federation francais de voile and is shown in appendix 7 source reference data under the ffv listed. Rya royal yachting association uk national governing body providing training publications and performance for all forms of british boating. The importance of keeping a log onboard a boat it is good practice to keep a log a record of the navigational activities on board especially when out of site of land information in the log can then be used to establish the vessels position in the event of an electronics failure or for investigations following an incident. A logbook is important on a sailboat for recording all sorts of information originally the logbook was for navigation named for the log thrown overboard on a line for a speed determination based on how many knots in the line were pulled out in a given timeover time the logbook became a record of virtually everything including notes at regular intervals on
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