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  1. Section 19, Docking and Anchoring

  2. Figure 19–1 Docking under Sail

  3. Set fenders Luff sails on final tack Coast to stop At desired place Good Luck on timing Set bow line first Wind can blow you back Watch boom Wind Parallel to Pier

  4. Figure 19–2 Docking under Sail – Wind Onto Dock

  5. Set fenders Approach on jib only Let jib fly Coast to stop Off the pier At desired place Good Luck on timing Wind will blow you onto the pier Wind onto the Pier

  6. Figure 19–3 Backing Onto Dock

  7. Figure 19–4 Backing onto Dock Using Anchor

  8. Figure 19–5 Approaching a Dock under Sail

  9. Figure 19–6 Leaving Dock Under Power

  10. Figure 19–7 Backing Out of Slip

  11. Anchored Sailboat

  12. Section 19 Supplemental Illustrations

  13. Docking Get at least one line attached to the dock Don’t damage the dock the boat the crew

  14. Docking - 2 Plan ahead Check wind/current Check traffic Slow speed “Steerage” Ready to abort

  15. Calm Wind

  16. Calm Wind

  17. Calm Wind

  18. Calm Wind

  19. Calm Wind

  20. Calm Wind

  21. On Shore Wind

  22. On Shore Wind

  23. On Shore Wind

  24. On Shore Wind

  25. On Shore Wind

  26. Head Wind

  27. Head Wind

  28. Head Wind

  29. Head Wind

  30. Head Wind

  31. Head Wind

  32. Head Wind

  33. Head Wind

  34. Offshore Wind

  35. Offshore Wind

  36. Offshore Wind

  37. Offshore Wind

  38. Offshore Wind

  39. Offshore Wind

  40. Offshore Wind

  41. Offshore Wind

  42. Offshore Wind

  43. Stern Wind

  44. Stern Wind

  45. Stern Wind

  46. Stern Wind

  47. Stern Wind

  48. Leaving under Sail (only) Only possible if wind is blowing off the dock Normally leave under power Raise jib But don’t sheet in (let it flog) Cast off all lines, except bow (stern if single handed) When clear, sheet in jib and sail off