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Old 02-25-2011
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T head means you are tying up only one side of the boat to the bulkead vrs all four corners. I would rather have my boat tied at the corners, and spring lines "floating" in the slip. Easier for this to happen to adjust to daily tides.

Hard to imagine a boat which has gotten loose hitting me in my slip, hreas at the end of the T head more likely.

When wind direction is acrooss the beam at the T Head the boat is pinned to the T head with fenders/ boards compressed between the two.

My vote is for the slip

Dave
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