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the bow forward to the dock or from the stern
aft to the dock) may do some of each.
Figure A shows virtually all the possible
docklines you could use – but hopefully not
all at once! Docklines are named according to
this convention: [direction from boat] [posi-
tion on boat] [line’s function]. So, a “forward
quarter spring” is a line that runs forward to
the dock from the cleat at the boat’s stern
quarter; it prevents the boat from moving
astern. An “after spring” is a dockline that
leads aft; it limits the boat’s forward motion.
For a short stop alongside a dock, you
should be able to tie up with just three lines
(Figure B). Breast lines have a disadvantage in
places with tidal ranges or even wakes from
passing boats: being so short, they limit a
boat’s vertical motion. Even stepping on the
gunwale to get out of a small boat may strain a
breast line. The best combination of docklines
is typically at least one springline, plus a bow
line and a stern line. If you run the bow line
forward and the springline aft, you’ll limit the
boat’s motion in both directions yet still allow
for some motion up and down. Likewise, run
the stern line aft from the side of the boat
farthest from the dock. This will limit both
transverse and forward motion. Place good
Above, a glossary of all possible lines. But when tying up (below), the
goal is to use only the ones needed to safely secure the boat.
After bow spring