- 1.9 Sailing Without Power, which requires that boats be capable of being sailed in the event of a loss of power.
- 4.3.1 Safety at Sea Seminars attended via the internet only (without any in-person course work) will not be accepted as meeting the requirements of the 2018 Newport Bermuda Race.
- 2.2 Stability has been expanded with the addition of Appendix 2.
- 3.2.3 Underside Jacklines and Nonskid Pathways has been added to require jacklines running the length of the underwing deck with suitable nonskid pathways.
- 3.32 Knife has been modified to require a second knife below the foredeck trampoline.
- 3.33.4 Storm Jib was modified slightly to eliminate confusion.
- 3.33.5 Mainsheet Release was added to require that at least one meter of mainsheet could be released in under two seconds from any steering or trimming station.
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