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Nautical Knots and Lines Illustrated

The Essentials of Smart Line Handling, Knotting, and Splicing-In Color

by Paul Snyder

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Published by Intl Marine Pub .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7296909M
ISBN 100070595801
ISBN 109780070595804

10 Essential Knots for a Sailor. Not too long ago, there was a discussion on the Open Boat Yahoo group about what members considered their 10 essential knots when sailing. Opinions varied but lists of important knots were very similar. I guess needs are similar. Nautical Knots Illustrated by Arthur Snyder. With nearly superb photographs illustrating the "ins and outs" of the 20 most useful nautical knots and splices, this reissue of the critically acclaimed Nautical Knots Illustrated will transform any beginner into a boater who knows the ropes.

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. The alternative makes two passes over the standing part. According to the master rigger and author Brion Toss, the alternate version is called a "Rigger's Hitch". Ashley's Book of Knots shows both versions and refers to each as a Rolling Hitch. 5. Double Becket (Sheet) Bend: Make a bight ("U" shape) with the bitter end of the LARGER of the two.

All the knots, hitches and bends in the following pages can be equally well-tied in either the three-strand "laid" rope used for the illustrations or in modern synthetic lines in double-braid. I will occasionally remember to do so, but let me take this opportunity to mention that anytime a hitch or bend is finished off with one or two half. their lines. Sailors also needed to know how to manipulate each of the lines, which meant knowing how to make knots, hitches, and splices that kept all the ropes working together. The following activities provide an opportunity to closely examine rope to see how it is made, and also to practice tying some of the knots used by sailors, in the s.


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Nautical Knots and Lines Illustrated by Paul Snyder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Welcome to Boating Knots. These animated knots are primarily for boaters, but many are useful for anyone who uses rope and values safety. Selection. The selection of knots is based on many years of sailing combined with feedback and advice from several helpful captains.

The knots are arranged in alphabetical order. Boating Knot Characteristics. This completely revised edition of the snyders' classic Knots and Lines Illustrated teaches the 20 most useful knots and slices with step-by-step sequential photographs.

Each knot receives two facing pages, so the reader never has to flip a page to figure out where to tuck the rope end next, and the book features a lie-flat binding for easy use.4/5(1).

Get this from a library. Nautical knots and lines illustrated. [Paul Snyder; Arthur Snyder] -- With simple step-by-step instructions, this book explains 20 of the most useful knots and rope handling techniques that anyone will need aboard. In addition to the bowline, reef knot, sheet bend and.

Download "Its illustrations on how the knots are tied are among the best I have seen." Mariner's Log With nearly superb photographs illustrating the "ins and outs" of the 20 most useful nautical knots and splices, this reissue of the critically acclaimed Nautical Knots Illustrated will transform any beginner into a boater who knows the ropes.

Ropework is an activity very popular with children, and My First Book of Nautical Knots offers beautifully illustrated step-by-step models of nautical knots that is sure to help parents and children to learn and master this craft together.

As a bonus, My First Book of Nautical Knots presents the star of the playground: gimp stitching. The knots you’ll tie need to be secure, which is one reason that boaters are so particular about the knots they use. On one hand, you really can’t learn too many knots.

They’re all useful to know. On the other hand, when my husband, Mike, and I were full-time cruising sailors, there were a few nautical knots we used often. 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)Reviews: 5. Boating Knots. Rope Knots, sailing and boating go hand in hand.

In fact most knots trace back to the early days of sail. For example, the Buntline Hitch was used to secure buntline to the foot of the sails on square-rigged ships. Mouse over a knot name in the list below to see a description of that knot. 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 knots from the four primary knot categories: L oops (make a loop in the rope), Bends (rope to rope knots), Hitches (rope to object knots) and Binding Knots.

The added value of the book is the inclusion of further instruction on rope handling: how to coil halyards and sheets, make up coils for stowage, handle shore lines, heaving lines, fixing winch overrides, tow dinghies and pick up moorings. A very useful on-board reference with illustrated glossary.

BW photos. 96pp. OL's survival expert Tim MacWelch highlights 20 essential knots and how to tie them. From the simple Square Knot to the more exotic Barrel Hitch, this gallery has them all.

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Buy Nautical Knots Illustrated 2 by Snyder, Paul, Snyder, Arthur (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: "Its illustrations on how the knots are tied are among the best I have seen." ­­Mariner's Log With nearly superb photographs illustrating the "ins and outs" of the 20 most useful nautical knots and splices, this reissue of the critically acclaimed Nautical Knots Illustrated will transform any beginner into a boater who knows the knot or splice is presented on two facing pages.

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One of the best knots for joining two lines of similar size. Attach rope to spar for right-angle strain or parallel strain. Creates carrying handle for a bottle that has a narrow neck. Provides the wearer with formality and elegance. Reasonably secure loop in a rope's end - and easy to undo.

"Its illustrations on how the knots are tied are among the best I have seen." ­­Mariner's Log With nearly superb photographs illustrating the "ins and outs" of the 20 most useful nautical knots and splices, this reissue of the critically acclaimed Nautical Knots Illustrated will transform any beginner into a boater who knows the knot or splice is presented on two facing pages Reviews: "Its illustrations on how the knots are tied are among the best I have seen." Mariner's Log.

With nearly superb photographs illustrating the "ins and outs" of the 20 most useful nautical knots and splices, this reissue of the critically acclaimed Nautical Knots Illustrated will transform any beginner into a boater who knows the ropes.

Each knot or splice is presented on two facing pages. The illustrations offer multiple options for joining lines, creating loops on lures, snelling, or just getting stronger connections and quick solid knots on any size line you might choose to fish.

We've illustrated how to tie each fishing knot, and made it easy to view on your phone out in the boat. - Explore Sailing on the Sunnyside's board "Sailing Knots and Lines", followed by people on Pinterest.

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DoodleCloudStudio. From shop DoodleCloudStudio. 5 out of. The Bowline (pronounced bo-lin) is the king of knots in the boating world when you need a loop at the end of a line, and is often used to tie the jib sheet to the Bowline is very secure and easy to untie, even after carrying weight or enduring heavy “pulling”.

Make a turn in the standing part of the line to form a loop.