The most common sailing / boating knots Sibenik, 14.03.2018.

If you hire a yacht bareboat, you opt for crewed or skippered yacht charter option, there are some basics skills, you better learn as soon as possible. Tying knots is for sure one of them. Read the full article and be ready for your next Croatia yacht charter experience.

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  Bowline knot
BOWLINE

The bowline creates a fixed loop at the end of a rope, making it useful for fastening a mooring line to a ring or post on shore. It’s the most commonly used knot on all boats.

Sheet band knot

SHEET BEND
The sheet bend is used to join two different ropes together. It’s best to use this knot for ropes which are under load because the knot can untie if it doesn’t have enough strain.

Figure-eight knot

FIGURE-EIGHT KNOT
Designed to prevent ropes from running out of retaining devices and it can be easily untied. The figure-eight knot will jam if put under strain, making it useful for sailboat stoppers.

Clove hitch knot

CLOVE HITCH
The Clove Hitch is used to fasten a rope to a rod, pole or another rope. It is used to pull along an object lengthwise, usually used to tie fenders to a fence.

 

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bowline sailing knot
sheet band boating knot
figure eight sailing knot
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