We've written a lot about mooring, but I'm going to summarize it in articles I've written for novices. We list common mistakes and appropriate mooring methods in mooring.
The first thing to consider in mooring is the appropriate location selection. The condition of the wind is looked at, the appropriate depth is chosen, the anchored boats around the anchored boats are determined by looking at the directions and locations.
To make a safe moor, you need to give it to my caloma as much as possible, so places over 10 meters can't be safe in hard weather for sailboats with 50 meters and six chains. Try to anchor 10 meters and below.
Where you decide to anchor, make sure that there is no other boat's iron and there are no vaults.
If you're going to moorle, you have to fight the wind, and that's how you have to anchor.
But if you're going to anchor from the beach, your has to look where you're going to get, the wind doesn't matter.
Navigate the area where you will anchor and check the depths. That way you'll know how far you'll get to the beach.
You have to stop the boat and start dropping it that way before it's anchored. There is no possibility of holding the iron of a boat that travels forward and comes from fast tornistan.
When you stop the boat and slowly start to travel through the tornistan, release the iron quickly. It is sometimes slow to be released with an electric river, so tornistan must be very slow.
The anchor erroneously should read the meter markings on the iron and indicate it to the helmsman. It will be safe to anchor at least 5 times the depth.
Tornistan should not be accelerated during iron disposal because it will not be able to be restored as soon as the tip of the iron is freed from emin, it will collect whatever is at the bottom.
After leaving enough chains, the tornistan should be slowly increased. First 1000 rpm, 1300 rpm, 1800 rpm, 2000 rpm and… During Tornistan, the starboard and pier en kerterzi should be taken to make sure that the boat does not slip.
One way to tell if the boat isn't sliding is to look at the mooring chain. If the chain stops without being tense, there is no slippage, but if the chain shakes and ejaculates and regresss, the iron scans.
If there is no scanning, a full road tornistan test up to 55 HP engine is performed. 55 HP engines should be checked with a maximum rpm of 80% on load engines. If there's still no slippage, you've succeeded. Congratulations
When collecting iron, increase the speed by giving idle gas from the gas arm to prevent loads from loading the batteries as the river will attract too much current. This will result in less power loss on charging batteries.
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We want a yacht with an forward path to travel through the tornistan by giving strength to the tornistan. So we're turning the propeller in the opposite direction. When this process is applied, the boat that travels forward slows down first, stops after a certain period of time and starts to travel from the tornistan after it stops. But even when there's no wind, the yacht's ass will be thrown to one side by the effect of the propeller pull. Usually on yachts with Yanmar engines, when tornistan is given movement, the pier is felt, and on yachts with Volvo Penta engine, slippage is felt towards the starboard side and on the stern sides.
If docking manoeuvre is to be performed, it should be known in advance which side the propeller pull is towards. According to the angle of the propeller pull, the appropriate position angle should be given and docking should be done. Note: Increases the pull of the tornistan propeller, which starts with a high speed movement. Therefore, applying the propeller pull correctly, especially in harsh weather, will provide great convenience in manoeuvres.