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List of Different Sailing Knots (Nautical Knots)

Basic types of sailing knots, best nautical rope knots, how to tie nautical knots with simple diagrams, common knots to know for sailing and their uses

Boating Knots

Boating Knots. The selection of Boating Knots is based on many years of sailing combined with feedback and advice from several helpful captains around the world.

5 Essential Knots Every Boater Should Know

It may seem absurd that many boaters do not know how to tie knots. However, if you take a stroll through any marina, you will see all manners of knot tying. There are only five basic knots that any…

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Sailing knots: a rich and ancestral know-how essential for navigation

Prior to boarding the vessel, sailors need to have good knowledge of seamanship. Read all about sailing knots : stories, use and type of knots.

Impress Your Midshipman with Your Knot Knowledge

Looking to impress your Midshipman? When it comes to knowing your nautical knots, you might find yourself in a bind, fit to be tied. But fear “knot,” here is a primer on the knots you need to know.

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Tie-Up Tuesday ➰☠️ The Figure-Eight Stopper   A type of stopper knot that is very important in both sailing and rock climbing as a method of stopping ropes from running out of retaining devices.
Sailing in Slow Motion with Big Splashes! We were heading to Black Point, Exumas, Bahamas and had 20 knots of wind 40 degrees off our port. Work jib (a bit loose) and 3/4 of our main sail, and we did great! This slow motion sailing clip is from Episode 131 of our Sailing Channel - Check out the full video at https://youtu.be/Op2ie6r4S0Q
Stock video available: https://flicketti.com/index.php/Tacking_sail_boat A boat cannot sail against wind, sailors need to go in a zig-zag pattern. A turn when boat's bow crosses the wind is called a tack. Initially, the wind is on one side of the boat, the sails are angled to the other side. Then the boat is turned and the sails need to be moved to the other side. Watch how the front sail jib is released from one side and then is moved to the other.

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