Master anchoring with lines ashore – essential for boat owners and on charter boats, especially the Mediterranean.
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Here is a trick on how to turn your anchored boat to fave the waves instead of facing the wind. It gives you a much smoother experience while anchoring with side waves.
Anchoring and getting how much chain and rope right to let out is such an important topic that we thought we’d make this excerpt available for free in open space. Please enjoy how we dive into science and mathematics in these techniques.
Before you leave/approach a dock, pick up a mooring ball, or drop anchor, you must know what the wind and current will be doing to your boat.
This is a follow on article on request of one of our students after reading Anchoring a Sailboat Tip 1 WHERE TO ANCHOR YOUR SAILBOAT IN A BUSY HARBOR Great question and we’ve got an awesome answer. The answer is a bit of a secret so don’t tell anyone otherwise they will start using the […]
How to Pick the Right Spot to Anchor The NauticEd Anchoring a Sailboat Online Course is part of the Bareboat Charter Master bundle of Courses. The following is an excerpt It was surprising to us a little at first that anchoring a sailboat is feared by many. But after I drank some memory juice, I […]
Went for a walk along the dock the other day and took a few pics of the anchors on sailboats. I’ve named them for identification purposes. Danforth Bruce Anchor Plough Anchor (aka Delta Anchor) Scoop Anchor CQR Anchor Our favorite all-purpose anchors are the Plough Type Anchor and Scoop Type Anchor. Here is a […]
After the anchor has set and adequate rode has been paid out, take time to ensure you are not drifting. And considering changing winds and tide height and tidal current, it is important to periodically monitor how well your anchor is set. Check your anchor set manually and electronically. Do this manually by sighting bearings […]
Anchoring an unfamiliar boat Most charter boats use all chain anchor rode. The rules of anchoring say with chain you should use a 5:1 ratio. For example, for an overnight anchorage at a 4 meter depth plus 1 meter from the water line to your boat you should use 5×5 = 25 meters. If you […]
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