By Elena Chong, Court Correspondent
LIFE-SAVING equipment is a must on board a sailing boat, but the life jackets do not actually have to be worn, a coroner's court was told yesterday.
According to the racing rules of the International Sailing Federation, each competitor is responsible for his own safety.
This was revealed yesterday by a sailing coach at the continuing coroner's inquiry into the July drowning of first-year Singapore Management University (SMU) student Levin Angsana in the sea off Raffles Marina, Tuas.
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