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Rule 9.21 Hovercrafting

a.    Helmets must be worn by all those taking part in all organised Scout hovercrafting events, except in the case of 9.21b.
b.    A Sikh wearing a Turban may choose not to wear a helmet (ensuring that there is no loose fabric which could be drawn into the fan). This does not apply to a Sikh wearing a Top Knot.
c.    Buoyancy aids must be worn at all times when on board a hovercraft.
d.    A remote cut off device must be fitted to any craft being used for solo training.
e.    Hovercrafting over water may only take place on inland waters of class C, B1 or B2 (as defined in Rule 9.44b).


 

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