Quiz 7

Boat P (on port tack) and Boat S (on starboard tack), sailing close-hauled, are converging on a collision course. When four lengths apart, P bears away in order to pass astern of S. When three lengths apart, S tacks, during which time P holds her course. After S is on a close-hauled course, P luffs to her close¬≠hauled course to avoid hitting S, and protests S under rules 16.1, Changing Course and 13, While Tacking. You are on the protest committee; how would you decide this?  

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