Rule # 1: The rider entering the water from the beach has right of way over the incoming rider.
Rule # 2: The rider on the starboard tack (wind coming from starboard side while facing forward) has priority over the oncoming rider and should keep their course, speed and heading to allow the other rider to avoid him or her.
Rule # 3: When two riders are traveling in the same direction, the faster rider 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. Kiteboarder must travel downwind of them.
Rule # 6: To jump, a kiteboarder must have a clear safety zone of 50 meters downwind and 30 meters upwind.
Rule # 7: When two kiteboarders are on land at the same time, one kiter is preparing to enter the water and the other one is ready to land, both proceed and keep clear from each other.
Rule # 8 THE GOLDEN RULE: If you are passing upwind, keep your kite HIGH. If you are passing downwind, keep your kite LOW.