SAILBOATを固定する方法 – ヒントとアドバイス – Q&A 20



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44 comments

  • Alexxx 3か月 ago

    Hello guys…. sorry i left you for a couple of weeks… I recently changed my contract at work into a part time, so I had to do some financial reorganizing, but I re-became one of your patrons again… your work is simply too good not to be thankful for …. let us know the moment you want us to support you directly and other than via patreon..ok? Hugs to both!!!

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  • Karl Bass 3か月 ago

    Hi Kids! Question regarding anchor swivels if I may. Watched your "HOW TO ANCHOR A SAILBOAT – TIPS & ADVICE – Q&A 20" video and read Vyv Cox's website notes on the subject. My question is… since you've anchored at least once or twice around the world, what swivel & configuration do you use and feel secure with on Esper? Are you using a Kong with a few links of chain between it and the anchor, or some other setup? Thx

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  • Ken Senzig 3か月 ago

    Do you carry a BIG fisherman(aka: yachtsman)? Do you ever use the Bahamian method (aka: 2 anchors@ 180 deg. w/ a swivel ?

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  • Werner Leuthmetzer 3か月 ago

    Hi Liz and Jamie, I'm wondering why you are not using a "Catanary Weight", I'm not sure if this is the correct term (we call it in German language "Reitgewicht"). I helps to keep the anchor chain parallel to the ground, prevents cherking of the chain and reduces the swinging radius of the yacht which is very welcome in tight anchorages. Lots of good hints in your video, keep the good work up. Thank you.

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  • warp21drive 3か月 ago

    Nice job Jamie, so good to hear the correct calculation for the rode amount , " water depth x scope required". Simple the same the world over……..
    Oohps unless you are from America! The CG seamanship manual says what you said BUT it also says add the bowroller ht to the depth then multiply by scope!
    What a C*ck up! Then other guides just follow along like lemmings!
    Not a huge problem in deep water but in shallow water with a high bow like a power boat you could have double the rode out! That will be a big mess when the tidal current changes in a busy anchorage.
    Cheers Warren

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  • Shane Wallace 3か月 ago

    Great info! Thanks!

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  • Mike Morgan 3か月 ago

    Often around the Med the anchorages are very crowded and you have no choice but to anchor close to other boats. The real tricky bit is if there is no wind and the boats are pointing in all different directions and you cant see the bottom what do you do so not to place your anchor and chain over someone else?

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  • David Fildes 3か月 ago

    You should advise re the bitter end..should have a line which can be cut! A readily available buoy should you need to abandon your anchor

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  • David Fildes 3か月 ago

    Have always anchored going forward power or sail..once the anchor bites vessel spins around..easy …

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  • Web Browne 3か月 ago

    VERRY GOOD LESSON.

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  • Janne 3か月 ago

    Great video and good advice. I would just comment on two things:
    1. GPS isn't accurate enough for anchor watch – sometimes & you never know when. You may get a lot of false alarms. If you need an alarm, then make a rattle bell by throwing a weight off your bow and tie this in a way that launches alarm if boat moves a metre. This system doesn't require batteries. Just an extra weight, rope and a tincan.
    2. Never use windlass to pull anchor or as chain tie-off point. Cleat the chain before putting weight on it.

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  • LinuxUser119 3か月 ago

    OK I might get some stick for this but here goes…
    My chain is 10mm calibrated, my anchor is a 1970 35lb CQR which I have 100% confidence in after surviving being anchored on a lee-shore in 65 knots of wind when Maria passed 40 miles North of me.
    She was a cat5 so about 185 knots when she hit Dominica.
    I do have two other anchors, a 15kg Danforth which I keep as a kedge anchor in case I ever run aground, but touch wood never happened yet, and a 5kg umbrella anchor for a zodiac.
    By the time the wind had hit 70 knots it was from the South ( before people say never anchor off a Lee-shore)
    In all my years of anchoring I have never dragged although I did foul my anchor on some garbage once,
    The CQR's come with a lifetime guarantee, for a very good reason, they're indestructible, and I'm of the opinion if it ain't broke don't fix it. As for snubber knots I use a constrictor knot, but they can be a bitch to untie when the rope is wet.

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  • D Cook 3か月 ago

    Keeping it Real…Cheers

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  • Kevin Eckelkamp 3か月 ago

    A simple, inexpensive tool for monitoring motion is a simple accelerometer app that gives one visual numbers to go by in an x,y,z coordinate system thst measures rste of change.

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  • Sailing SV Compromise 3か月 ago

    Very well described Jamie 👌🏼

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  • PNWesty 3か月 ago

    Well done!

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  • Linda F 3か月 ago

    Thank you for the informative video. We recently upgraded our old plough anchor after being hit with a couple of storms and dragging. We were on watch with our engines running so we didn't come to grief. But in one instance two boats ended up on the beach and in another a boat dragged onto another luckily the other was on watch and his anchor held them both. Do you keep a watch in heavy weather and do you start your engine? We are relatively inexperienced and got different advice about running engines. The new anchor we got is a sarca, similar design to the rocna, but much cheaper here in Australia where it is made. First time we dropped her in the water she set so quickly we nearly got whiplash. It was awesome no stuffing around for an hour to get the plough set.

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  • Mike Cress 3か月 ago

    Hi, Jamie. I'm a new sailor. At about 6:20 you used the term "fetch". I googled it and got a few different definitions. Please define the term for me. Thanks. Yours is, hands down, the most informative channel, as I already know how to party.

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  • Alexxx 3か月 ago

    Thx for all these anchoring tips Jamie

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  • jones smith 3か月 ago

    Just curious how much chain do you carry on Esper?

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  • nacra60na 3か月 ago

    Great Video Guys !!! Very informative.

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  • SAILING DIJAN 3か月 ago

    Yes, Thank you for the great advice! Ground tackle sorted here but not sure proper style bow roller for Rocna 15Kg we're about to buy. 35' boat, 12,000lbs. Should be enough. Thanks for sharing your tips.. SV DIJAN

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  • michael collins 3か月 ago

    E cig

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  • Sailing S/V Teak Key Randy Fryling 3か月 ago

    Great advice….I love a good night sleep….S/V Teak Key

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  • john wheeler 3か月 ago

    A great lessons learned video

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  • Prof. M. Otto Zeee JCD ECS 3か月 ago

    A1, Amie! thanks 😉

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  • Salty Buster 3か月 ago

    After loosing an anchor after getting it caught on ground debris in Falmouth I now use a tripping buoy. Your thoughts?

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  • BushLizard2 3か月 ago

    I do my research here … Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

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  • Brian Evolved 3か月 ago

    Sound advice ……I can recommend the App Anchor Watch / Alarm on a tablet with GPS gave me a good nights sleep.

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  • srm 666 3か月 ago

    That is a video of value. Thanks!

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  • Yves Lemoine 3か月 ago

    Hi Liz and Jamie, thanks for making me feel like a superstar! And, for the fantastic vlog on anchoring, of course. My first call-out on social media…wow. Kind of like when you imagine your name in lights on Broadway…LOL. Well, not really, but it was fun to see my name and request. ;-). Oh, and merci for nailing the pronunciation of my name—well done 🙂

    Your vlog confirmed three things for me. 1) Upgrade my ground tackle. My 25’ of chain and 200’ of 1/2” triple braid and my 15 kg delta almost never bits in and just don’t cut it. (I sail at 39’ foot 19,000 lb boat on Lake Ontario and still have the original boat dealer’s “sail away” package for anchoring. This honestly looks sufficient for the uninitiated, but it’s not even close, so time to get real cruising gear here.) 2) Snubbers don’t have to be complicated and extra gear is not always necessary. I was intrigued that you don’t use two snubbers to balance port and starboard and keep the boat straight into wind and current, but realize from your vlog that the slight side load will likely keep the boat from swaying back and forth at anchor. A second snubber maybe only if winds are over 25 knots (?). And, most of all 3) Slow it down and take my time. Seems like we’re always late to anchorages and in a hurry to get settled in. This just adds stress to captain and especially crew. A stressed captain makes for a very stressed crew and a stressed crew is never a good thing.

    Love your channel and keep up the great vlogging.

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  • André Boudreau 3か月 ago

    Jamie, have ever thought of making a career of teaching. I love the way you deliver the info because you are convincing and seem as though you master the skills you talk about. ..that makes a huge difference on the recieving end! Very informative …even more so for a cruiser wannabe like me! 🎅🏼🇨🇦 BTW happy holidays to you and Liz!

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  • Norman Boyes 3か月 ago

    Very well explained and comprehensive for planning and executing an intended anchor situation. The investment in good, heavy and reliable ground tackle will really come into its own when used in extremis – engine failure and been driven onto lee shore – it could save your boat and your lives. As a matter of interest do you ever use a ‘bit of mizzen’ to calm the weather cocking?

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  • daedster1 3か月 ago

    Spot on Jamie, now, how about anchoring when you have run from bad weather and need to anchor urgently, in a location you are not sure of, or the engine died/wont start… A typical foopa situation….

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  • MAL L 3か月 ago

    So what size Rocna do you have and Chain Dia for Length and Displacement of Esper? I know shes 45ft but weight?
    My yachts 46ft & 11ton, The Delta Anchor that came with it bit hard one night, but the next anchorage it dragged, not sure if that was the bottom or the anchor itself but i will change to a Rocno anyway.
    Rocna's chart suggest the 25kg model for my 14m boat up to 13ton, but i will go the 33kg model rated for a 23ton boat and get heavier chain as im firm believer in over sizing your ground tackle. My boat maybe 11ton dry weight but it has a 1000lt water tank plus other gear it would not take much to get it over 13ton.
    Note with the Snubber make sure its Nylon for some stretch.

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  • rick powell 3か月 ago

    No No, Jamie Sits, You do the hard bits, i did much the same 30 years ago.!! Im glad its over, too old now.Happy to sir ashore n watch these days.

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  • rick powell 3か月 ago

    Nice of Liz to explain how an Anchor works, You just sit n watch 95% of the time.!!…

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  • Zarna Joshi 3か月 ago

    dont photocopy the bible , Martin Luther , the church put's a lot of research into………eat me a broad bean ……

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  • Cleo Torris 3か月 ago

    Now this is a great video! Thank you very much for this great information!!

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  • Jeff C. 3か月 ago

    Ultra anchors are the BEST…

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  • Dutch Globetrotter 3か月 ago

    You guys have a new sub. I like the way you tell things, like they are.
    I'll be joining Britican in a couple of weeks, don't know if you know them though.

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  • Fredrick Rourk 3か月 ago

    Do you guys employ one of the alarms for dragging anchor? If so which one?

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  • Brent Cameron 3か月 ago

    I think you left out a last step… always belay the anchor rode/snubber to a massive bow cleat or proper Samson Post to take the strain off the windlass; otherwise the tension and constant tugging will cause the gypsy to fail.  Great advice otherwise…  and I agree that the new generation of anchors (Rocna, Mantus, Spade, etc.) are far superior to the old standards like CQR, Bruce, Fortress, et al.  I have a big old CQR that has got me through some nasty blows but you have to have just the right bottom otherwise it will do what plows do and plow…  leaving perfect little furrows to plant potatoes or some such.  They are also not good at reseting when the wind/waves/tides change direction.  I've had the opportunity lately to try some of the newer anchors in big conditions and the difference is readily apparent.  I ALWAYS try to swim over my anchors on a daily basis and it's been educational to say the least… 🙂

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  • Fredrick Rourk 3か月 ago

    One of my pet peeves with La Vagabond they just pull up and grab the first spot they see. Then they complain and whine when things go South.

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