Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: South Coast Ontario
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1.You need a bannister line. It makes it easier to leave your slip.
2. To return to your slip, come at it from downwind, rather than trying to enter the slip with the wind. In other words, pass your slip, turn around, and nose in with the nose into the wind. Use a boathook to loop a knotted springline loop over a cleat on the upwind finger, and power into your slip pivoting off the springline, then tiem off the aft dockline first.
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