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1. Broken anchor snubber
I’ve anchored in Cuttyhunk Harbor, Mass., hundreds of times over many different seasons. I like to joke that I just drop my hook in one of my old holes and I know all will be well no matter what.
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2. Benefits of a bow eye
Many, if not most, long-range power voyaging yachts utilize all-chain anchor rodes, or at a minimum a long length of chain backed up by nylon so that the majority of the time the boat is secured by nothing but chain.
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3. Working the combinations
Having made 20 or so trips up and down the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) from Virginia to Florida I may be mistaken for an incorrigible ditch digger, but on almost every trip south I have combined offshore runs with ICW segments.
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4. All backed up?
Most voyagers depend on an array of digital assets, from the basics like email, the Internet and assorted important documents, to more nautical essentials like charts, weather information and cruising guides.
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5. Offshore competence builders
One thing rarely written about in magazine articles and books on long-distance cruising and voyaging is the time problem. Relentlessly marching on, with or without us, time does not pause while we accumulate the right boats, skills, experience and crew to do the great things we read and dream about.
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6. The well-supplied engine
When voyaging, your boat’s diesel engine needs a steady supply of oil and filters
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7. Cool stuff for a cool season
OK — I just dated myself with that title, but "cool" is the only appropriate word, in my opinion, for this potpourri of charting goodness.
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8. A true number two anchor
Want to start an instant argument in a waterfront bar? Just bring up anchors and anchoring and you’ll regret changing the topic from politics.
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9. Charting electrics
Electronics are wonderful as long as the electrons keep flowing, but they are useless once the power ends — and it always does eventually!
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10. Thousands of Anchors Missing article 61 %
11. Comment on 10-day anchoring limit article 61 %
12. St. Augustine anchoring restrictions to go into effect article 61 %
13. Yacht death inquest blames human error article 61 %
14. India Navy Captures Somali Pirates article 61 %
15. Report outlines threat to GPS navigation system article 61 %
16. Coast Survey updates charts of tsunami-damaged ports article 61 %
17. Flying yacht designed article 61 %
18. U.S. recreational boating fatalities set record low in 2010 article 61 %
19. Hurricane season starts with a whimper article 61 %
20. Mysterious red lights offshore identified by Coast Guard article 61 %
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