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Docking: If There is No Wind or Current | Pennsylvania ... - Boat Ed

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Docking: If There is No Wind or Current. Docking with no wind or current. Approach the dock slowly at a narrow angle (about 20 degrees). When close enough ...

Docking: If the Wind or Current Direction is Toward the Dock - Boat Ed

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Docking with wind toward the dock. Approach slowly, parallel to the dock. Let the wind or current carry your boat to the dock. Shift into gear briefly if you need to ...

Docking With No Wind or Current | Washington Boating ... - Boat Ed

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Docking With No Wind or Current. Docking when there is no wind or current. Approach the dock slowly at a narrow angle (about 20 degrees). When close ...

Docking a Boat BOATsmart! Knowledgebase

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When you're looking to dock your boat, there are a few steps to keep in mind in ... If there is no wind or current, turn your boat slowly as you approach the dock at ...

Docking and Undocking - BoatSafe.com

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It's inevitable that when conditions are at their worst, you'll have an audience. ... If the wind or current is pushing your boat toward the dock you will have to do some ... are clear of the dock, stow lines and fenders so they will not be in the way or ...

Docking in Style - with Twin Screw Boats : Boat Handling

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If you don't like being embarrassed with a crowd looking on, the best way to resolve ... rudder, the boat won't steer, so there's no point in trying to steer your way into a dock. .... Next you need to learn to judge wind direction and current speeds.

How to Dock a Boat | Boating Magazine

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Aug 11, 2014 ... You can let us know how we did, and share your own docking tips, ... That gem is one of the best pieces of boating advice ever given. Yes, there are scenarios wherein a lot of throttle is required to dock the boat. ... Since your boat will react the same way when it's put in reverse every ... Wind and current.

Boating Navigation: Docking and Mooring - BOATERexam.com

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Docking or mooring your vessel can be the most challenging of boating ... The direction of the wind and the flow of the water current have a huge impact on docking. ... you should approach the dock at a steep angle (30°-45°) and swing the boat ... Docking a boat with the wind in your face, approaching dock at a steep angle ...

Docking in High Winds and Strong Currents - Pantaenius

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Jul 22, 2014 ... As you attempt to ease your big boat into a small slip—typically with dockhands ... But add high winds and a strong current to the mix, and there's the potential to ... If you are docking perpendicular to the wind or current, be sure to aim upwind ... Slow and easy is usually the best way to approach a dock, but ...

Docking & Undocking at my Home Dock - Strong's Marine

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It's inevitable that when conditions are at their worst, you'll have an audience. ... If the wind or current is pushing your boat toward the dock you will have to do some ... Once you are clear of the dock, stow lines and fenders so they will not be in the way or pose ... I have no choice but to try to hone my skills on every do...