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The meanings of visual and sound signals are stated below.
An arrow pointing up or down (↑↓) means that a visual signal is displayed or removed. A dot (.) means a sound; dots with dashes (.—.) mean repetitive sounds. When a visual signal is displayed over a class flag, the signal applies only to that class.
Races not started are postponed. The warning signal will be made 1 minute after removal unless at that time the race is postponed again or abandoned.
AP over a numeral pennant 1-6
Postponement of 1-6 hours from the scheduled starting time.
All races that have started are abandoned. Return to the starting area. The warning signal will be made 1 minute after removal unless at that time the race is abandoned again or postponed.
No later than the warning signal: Sail the short course. At a rounding or finishing mark: Finish between the nearby mark and the staff displaying this flag.
Wear personal buoyancy.