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Cast off lines and pull in fenders as the wind blows you away. 2. ... If the wind or current is pushing your boat toward the dock you will have to do some extra ...

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Animation: Docking With Wind or Current Toward the Dock. How should you approach the dock? ← The wind/current direction is toward the dock. ←. boat. start.

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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 ...

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Study Guide · Lost Your Card? ... You are looking at a preview of what's in the timed Boat Pennsylvania Course. .... Docking: If the Wind or Current Direction is Away from the Dock ... Approach the dock slowly at a sharp angle (about 40 degrees). ... Put the boat in forward gear briefly, and slowly turn the steering wheel hard ...

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Animation: Docking With Wind or Current Toward the Dock. How should you approach the dock? ← The wind/current direction is toward the dock. ←. boat. start.

www.boat-ed.com/washington/studyGuide/Docking-With-Wind-or-Current-Away-From-the-Dock/10105002_700144559

Docking when the wind or current is away from the dock. Approach the dock slowly at a sharp angle (about 40 degrees). Use reverse to stop when close to the ...

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If the wind or current is pushing your boat toward the dock you will have to do some extra ... of the dock, stow lines and fenders so they will not be in the way or pose ... side of the turn; if this causes an internal contradiction, then make your best ...

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Docking illustration Steps 1 and 2 ... If the wind or current will be pushing you toward the dock, a shallow angle will help you keep ... Start with a 30- to 45- degree angle as you learn what works best for your boat. ... As the boat glides toward being parallel with the dock, swing the wheel all the way back to port, and kick the ...

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May 9, 2017 ... Can you maneuver your boat into a super-tight slip? ... Next, take stock of which way the current—if present—is moving, as well ... if you're going against the wind than if it's pushing you from behind. ... If you're pulling alongside a bulkhead, angling your engine toward the dock and then applying reverse can ...

www.boatsmartexam.com/knowledge-base/article/docking-a-boat

If there is no wind or current, turn your boat slowly as you approach the dock at a 45° ... If the wind or current is pushing the boat toward the dock (onshore wind), ...