Are you ready to face the “summer mess” of crowded ports? In these situations, knowing how to maneuver in tight spaces will allow you to get out of the way without damaging boats near you or trapping your own in others’ traps.
In case you have to moor English (at the gas station it’s a great classic), do you know how to properly use the springs, i.e., the crossed stringers that prevent longitudinal displacement of the boat?
Mooring at the dock using the spring
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