By George Buehler
The most effective yacht boat plan. Its so beatiful , seaworthy and straightforward to build. Boat identify is Hagar.
There is all layout drawings , offsets and an image of the boat.
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Runner girthed to a harness. Common Use s Attaching a daisy chain to harness Tying off trees, jammed rocks, or horns Tying off protruding pitons and ice screws Attaching a sling to water-jug handle Runner girthed to a chockstone. Page 45 Prusik Knot. Prusik Before a Swiss bird scientist invented mechanical ascenders in the 1960s, climbers used the Prusik Knot to ascend fixed ropes. This variation on the Girth Hitch grips the rope like a clenched fist when you weight it. Unweight the knot, and you can easily slide it up the rope.
Figure Eight Follow-Through with Overhand backup. Page 28 A final and equally important use for the Figure Eight Follow-Through is for tying the rope around trees, horns, boulders, and other loopable protuberances. In this capacity, the knot is again without equal. When you tie the Figure Eight Follow-Through, make certain you leave a long tail, and finish this with a Double Fisherman's. Common Use s Connecting rope to climbing harness Tying rope around trees, boulders, and so on Figure Eight Follow-Through, used to secure rope to tree.
At least one climber has died because his sling was too long and locked up out of reach, stranding him on rappel. Common Use s Ascending single or double rope Rappeling backup Secondary Use s Tying off belay Improvising hauling system Page 47 Klemheist. Klemheist When you wrap a loop of cord around the rope, you get the Klemheist. This variation on the Prusik works similarly but is easier to slide up the rope and thus is the preferred knot for lengthy ascents. Add more wraps to generate more friction, as you do with the Prusik.