In marinas, yachts are usually connected to the ass black in terms of ease of use. In order for a boat to be black from the stern, it must dock at the current location with the movement of tornistan. Before tornistan acts, it is necessary to stop the forward boat and give way to tornistan.
Let's list what should be done practically:
Where to Connect To Land From The Stern
Changing Movement under the influence of wind
it is necessary to activate a yacht that moves forward from tornistan. In this case, the yacht will slow down first, stop after a certain period of time and continue on the road from tornistan. In this case, the most important effect to be considered is the driving force of the wind. Because when the boat changes movement, there will be no road on it for a short period of time and it will be dragged by the wind in time. The estimated drag distance should be considered before docking manoeuvre semantics and should start this manoeuvre on the wind as much as possible. In cases where the wind is not blowing or blowing very lightly, there will be little drift. Docking manoeuvres will be easier.
When Tornistan moves, knowing the pull side of the propeller is achieving a very large part of the right docking. For example, if your propeller throws the boat's ass towards the pier when moving from the tornistan, if you leave the ass side at the right angle in the starboard, you will come to the exact steep level with the propeller pull. Thinking like a car is one of the biggest mistakes ever made. No boat can move from tornistan in the same direction when heading forward. If the engine's power is very small, there will be a propeller pull.
You can check out our article entitled Propeller Pull Effect on yachts.
Gas and Rudder Control
There should be enough roads on the boat before starting the ass-to-land manoeuvre and giving the tornistan. The concept of sufficient roads means the lowest speed, where the wind has no effect on dragging the boat. When driving forward in a fast way, if tornistan is made, the time it takes to take the tornistan path will be prolonged. As the time it take for the boat to travel from the screwistan will be extended, the wind will increase indirectly as the dragging effect is longer. After calculating the propeller pull and wind drag share as an estimate, the rudder should be given to strong tornistan as the first movement. If the cycle time is about 2500 cycles and the wind drag effect is high, 3000 cycles of tornistan should be given way.
Giving us little guidance will prolong the travel time, which puts us in a difficult position, especially in tight places and strong winds. The yacht that takes the turn of Tornistan slows down first, then slips towards the banner or scaffolding with the pull of the propeller, and eventually begins to travel to the tornistan. The rudder will remain unchecked as long as the yacht stops and travels through the screwistan while it is on the forward road. In this case, any scam movement will not react to the yacht. There should be no panic and the yacht should be steered by rudder when the tornistan road is taken by looking at the water or by taking the lizard from the environment.
After driving through Tornistan, the high speed we now give should be reduced and the wind should be reduced to 900, 1100, 2000 cycles in a controlled manner according to the wind's dragging effect. However, in cases where the wind is blowing too hard, you may not be able to reduce the cycle. Once tornistan is on its way, the propeller pull will be disabled, the rudder will work and the wind drag share will be almost nonexistent. If the wait is made after the tornado has made its way, the wind will drag the yacht again and the docking will turn into a nightmare.