The rider entering the water from the beach has right of way over the incoming rider.
Starboard rider (kite on the right-hand side) has priority over oncoming rider and should keep his course and pass upwind with the kite higher.
When two riders are traveling in the same direction, the faster rider coming up from behind must give way to the slower rider in front
Rule #4 -
The rider surfing a wave has priority over the one who is jumping or going in the opposite direction.
Rule #5 -
Right of way must be given to other ocean and beach users. Kiteboarders must travel downwind to them.
In order to perform a safe jump, a rider must have a clear safety zone of 50m downwind and 30m upwind.
Give the right way to all the riders taking kiting lessons or to unexperienced riders with to consistent upwind capabilities.
Body drag kiters have the right way over riding ones
GOLDEN RULE !
If you are passing upwind, bring your kite UP. If you are passing downwind, bring your kite DOWN.
Common sense Rule
Remember to use common sense in applying the rules (if someone doesn't comply to them, It's not a good excuse to crash into him): stay away from other riders, whenever possible !