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Sailing knots

J. Altimiras

Sailing knots

by J. Altimiras

  • 108 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Pelham in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Knots and splices

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of, Nudos.

    StatementJ. Altimiras ; translated by Tom Willis ; photographs by M. Casenelles.
    ContributionsCasenelles, M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVM533
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17516033M
    ISBN 100720715490
    OCLC/WorldCa12522300

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Sailing Knots is an invaluable guidebook for all sailors. Included are expert instructions on how to tie over 60 nautical knots; step-by-step color illustrations for every knot; and background information on the history, lore and accreditation of the knots.

(7 1/2 X 10 1/4, pages, photos, color illustrations, charts, icons)/5(5). The Book of Sailing Knots guides you step-by-step as you learn to master over fifty sailing knots tied with rope. With fully illustrated instructions on how to create stopper knots, bends, loops, and hitches, among others, Peter Owen explains how to correctly tie each knot, secure rope ends, and select the right knot for the job at hand/5(28).

KNOTS YOU NEED TO KNOW Page 1 of 4 Knots You Need To Know Fishing knots allow you to properly tie your line to your hook, lure and other tackle. These knots have been developed and tested thoroughly to assure tying ease and strength. Each knot has a specific purpose. Before you learn any new knot, consider the following.

Sailing Knots - Learn These 3 Essential Knots Sailing knots book. After so many times, tying tried-and-true sailing knots will be a habit that you’ll do without thinking – just like tying your shoes. About the Author: I started sailing in on Lake Ontario.

My dad had been sailing sincehad lived aboard a 30’ ketch for a couple years just prior to WWII and wanted to get back to the sailing life. For learning the basics, the website Animated Knots by Grog is one of the best starting points. For advanced projects, Stormdrane's Blog For beginning books, I like Geoffrey Budworth's The ultimate encyclopedia of knots & ropework I also recommend.

- One of the strongest knots - Used to tie a very strong and Sailing knots book loop in the end of a rope - When tied properly, the loop in this knot will not slip The Figure Eight Knot, or Flemish Bend, is one of the strongest knots, and is essential for use in both sailing and rock climbing.

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Or that one of the world's least known, but most secure knots has made a remarkable comeback with cruising and racing sailors.

The Complete Book of Sailing Knots book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An invaluable guidebook for all sailors that includes e /5. Island of the Blue Dolphins Sailors’ Knots—Rope Observation Directions: With your group, slowly pull apart your piece of manila.

See if you can identify the strands, yarns, and fibers, as described by A. Hyatt Verrill in the Selected Reading. Next, draw and label what you observe in the space below.

Add additional notes where necessary. These knots could prove to be some of your best sailing companions. They need ample practice so that you can tie them perfectly and quickly when you need them. Your rope handling skills would come handy whenever you need to tie knots for mooring, anchoring, securing cargo, managing sails, preparing for a storm, towing another vessel, decorative.

Unsubscribe from West Marine. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Sign in to make your opinion count. Sign. An American Sailing Association Educational Series. There are as many sailing knots as there are stars in the night sky — or so it seems.

But the reality is that most sailors can get along with only knowing a few, as long as they’re the right ones. Our Knots Made Easy video series includes some of the most important sailing knots.

Books shelved as knot-tying: Handbook of Knots: Expanded Edition by Des Pawson, The Ashley Book of Knots by Clifford W. Ashley, The Morrow Guide to Knots. This book is tops when it comes to learning how to master tying the most common sailing knots.

With fully illustrated and step-by-step instructions, the author explains how to correctly tie and use more than fifty knots—including stopper knots, bends, loops, and hitches—and in which situations each one is most : $ It Covers basic knots and care for lines.

Up to practical construction and ropework. I have a paper copy on board together with the Ashley book of knots. The ashley book of knots has every possible knot. But it is not user friendly for beginners. It's more of an encyclopedia. Let's say you want to know al 30 different knots for maken rope ladders.

The Ashley Book of Knots is an encyclopedia of knots written and illustrated by the American artist Clifford W. Ashley. First published init was the culmination of over 11 years of work.

The book contains exactly numbered entries and an estimated illustrations. Sailing knots - How to tie a Rolling Hitch- The International Marine Book of Sailing - Robby Robinson - - Duration: McGrawHill views   The Ashley Book of Knots and Macrame. working with rope, line and plating Every practical Knot, what it looks like, Who uses it, where it comes from and how to tie it with drawings representing knots.

I loved reading "knot books" when I first started sailing. Sailing of course is no requisite for studying knots. or "bends". In this our second episode in our Youtube series, we show six great sailing knots and a few different ways of tying them.

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It includes a large range of camping knots and essential utility knots. Although there are literally thousands of different knots, the knots illustrated and animated here include the best.The Book of Sailing Knots guides you step-by-step as you learn to master over fifty sailing knots tied with rope.

With fully illustrated instructions on how to creates topper knots, bends, loops, and hitches, among others, Peter Owen explains how to correctly tie each knot, secure rope ends, and select the right knot for the job at hand.Get this from a library! The book of sailing knots. [Peter Owen] -- An illustrated guide to 50 of the most commonly used sailing knots.