Tag Archive for ‘anchoring’
Boat Anchoring With all the cruising thru the years, up and down the ICW (Intracoastal Waterway) including the Keys, Bahamas, and Bermuda, I must say I have done my share of Boat Anchoring. It doesn’t matter if you have a Powerboat or Sailboat. I have seen a lot of different methods of anchoring used by… Read More ›
No matter how good the equipment you use, you can’t have a secure anchor for your boat unless you know how to use the gear properly. Often boaters will refer to anchoring as an art that you learn and improve upon through experience. The first step in anchoring your boat properly is to select… Read More ›
My 30ft cruiser has an anchor on a windlass. roughly 20ft of chain and then 150ft of rope. I also have a depth finder to give me a read of depth. My windlass DOES NOT have freefall. Therefore how do I know when the anchor has hit the bottom? In other words how much rope… Read More ›
PassageMaker Magazine Trawler Tips – Anchoring Learn about different anchors you will need in different conditions in this video from PassageMaker Magazine. www.passagemaker.com
We just bought a boat and were trying to get to Catalina Island with it for the first time. What is the difference between mooring a boat and anchoring a boat on the water? Plus any tips on boat-in camping in Catalina Island? Thank a bunch.
Operating an anchor windlass. Anchoring a ship. Please rate and comment.