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  • How to Set Your Anchor

    The first step in anchoring your boat is to find a suitable anchorage spot, especially if anchoring overnight. One of the first mistakes new boaters make when anchoring a boat is to choose an inadequate anchorage. Continue reading

  • Anchoring Your Boat: All About Scope

    When it comes to scope, there's no two ways about it: more is almost always better. More scope means less vertical strain on the boat anchor thereby decreasing the chances of unsetting the boat anchor. We generally recommend a scope ratio of 5:1 minimum, but ideally 7:1 (especially if anchoring overnight), i.e. let out 7 feet of rode for every 1 foot of water depth you're anchoring in, so if you are anchoring in 10 feet of water, you'll let out 70 feet of rode. Unfortunately, in small or crowded anchorages there's often not enough room to allow for a lot of scope. What can you do? Continue reading

  • How to Tie The Best Anchor Knot

    The Anchor Hitch or Bend (a.k.a. Fisherman's Hitch or Bend) is one of the most common types of knots used to attach your anchor line/rode to your anchor. It's the knot I use with all of my anchors.
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  • 5 Tips To Securely Anchoring Your Boat

    It is a horrible feeling to wake up at 3:00 am after spending the day on the water and finding a perfect anchoring spot, only to realize that the winds have picked up just a little bit and dragged your boat against another nearby boat, or worse, into the middle of a shipping lane, or onto rocks.

    Described here are some of the common causes of this problem, and some descriptions of how to avoid them. Continue reading

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