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HITCH
MOVING
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WATER BOWLINE
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Definitions

  1. The water bowline is a type of knot designed for use in watery and underwater conditions where other knots may slip. (Web site)

Hitch

  1. If the job needs a truly secure end loop, try the Water Bowline or a Zeppelin Loop if a hitch isn't appropriate.

Moving

  1. Practice this with a simple bowline before moving on to the Water Bowline.

Wet

  1. Easily untied after load then the other bowlines, the water bowline also makes the perfect loop in wet or slippery ropes.

Knot

  1. The water bowline is a type of knot designed for use in watery and underwater conditions where other knots may slip. (Web site)
  2. Water Bowline - When a rope has to be pulled through water, any knot has a tendency to tighten and jam. (Web site)

Bowline

  1. Luckily for me I found an alternative in the water bowline and infinitely better knot in many ways especially if you're bowline challenged.

Water Bowline

  1. The water bowline is a type of knot designed for use in wet conditions where other knots may slip or jam.
  2. Related knot(s): double bowline, water bowline, Spanish bowline, triple bowline, Portuguese bowline, bowline on a bight, Irish bowline, running bowline.
  3. Similar to the double bowline, the water bowline is made by forming a clove hitch before the working end is threaded through. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Spanish Bowline
  2. Triple Bowline
  3. Water Sports > Sailing > Knots > Clove Hitch
  4. Bight
  5. Knot
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