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August 2011

Five steps to anchoring success.

Easy anchoring

Every boat operator must master the art of staying put. Follow these five easy steps to earn an A in anchoring.

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Learn to handle your boat in different sea conditions.

Reading the waves

Learning to read the waves will make you better able to handle your boat on the open ocean.

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Follow the rules to stay safe on the water.

Operate responsibly

Boat operators can be held criminally negligent. Learn what behavior will put you on the wrong side of the law.

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Lime green insulated tote keeps food and drinks at the right temperature.

Mastering Marlinespike

Japanese success knot

This knot derives its name from its final configuration as a cross on one side and a rough square on the other, which form the Japanese word kanau, meaning “desire realized.”

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