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Docking a fifty seven&#39 Sailing Yacht one handed By: Ian Van Tuyl at IVT Yacht Income in California





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I took this movie to exhibit you how I dock a yacht one handed. I was going the Jeanneau fifty seven into its new slip anyhow so decided it would be a fantastic time to seize some footage. I hope that you observed this movie useful and instructive. If you are searching to obtain or sell a yacht in California please contact me at any time working day or night time.
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29 comments

  1. lets see it with no bow thruster its still the same when you know your boat

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  2. old video but since I got here thanks for the demonstration.

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  3. Beeep beeep beeep beep beep bep bep bep beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  4. Not impressed at all ! Bow trustees and no wind !

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  5. Nice.

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  6. It's good if you can do it under all circumstances without bow thruster or any electronics yourself, BUT… I LOVE IT! (y)
    Sitting somewhere in the boat, watching every movement on your monitors, controlling the huge mass of the boat just by your fingertips.
    Comparing this with backward-cameras in modern trucks, or automatic parking assistants in modern cars. It may protect YOUR vehicle too! 😉
    If you don't like it, don't use it! 😀

    BTW: I miss the "meep meep meep" while driving backwards. And the yellow flashing lights. 😀

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  7. everyone is going on about the bow thrusters. yes you should know how to skipper the boat without them in case things turn to shit and they stop working but if you have them using them is not a issue nor makes a skipper a "bad skipper". its like being offload in a car with 2wd and 4wd and saying "I'm gonna used the 2wd to show my skill" theres no point to it. if you have the luxury of the use them. it makes everything safer and smoother.

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  8. All hail the bow thrusters!

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  9. Nice job, but with the breeze of the port side a trick I use for single handed stern mooning on my sense 46 is to have the line round the back of the boat starboard side and then step off, line in hand, and tie fairly short to the cleat. Step on board again and put engine in to forward gear. This then pins the bow to the finger and you have all the time in the world to put the rest of the lines on. Works for me.

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  10. I wish I had youtube when I bought my first yacht.

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  11. can he do the same with a 20kn lateral wind?

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  12. I wish I had thrusters. Guy knows what he's doing though.

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  13. bow thrusters makes docking a kids game

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  14. capt. that taught me how to dock a boat did the same thing. just walk around front of the binacle. drive like a bus. did that with crew on a Juneau 54 in st maarten. impressed the Omega Yacht crew. said we could take the boat out any time on our own. from oyster pond. i had excellent crew.

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  15. That's shit. My 9 year old could do it better.

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  16. Now do it without the bow-thrusters!
    Funny you didn't mention them?

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  17. looping the midship or spring line underneath itself is not the best idea, when they get wet especially nylon rope they can sometimes be a bear to remove. Just saying

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  18. wow no wind bow thruster its a joke or

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  19. Not impressed.

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  20. do it with some wind and tide  have some balls  piss week

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  21. bow thruster! Everyone can do that

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  22. I find it is a LOT more fun if you let your buddy drive, when he's piss-face drunk, and you secretly switch the transmission linkage so that she's stuck in reverse, no matter what you do with the lever…. Makes everyone so much more excited that way.

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  23. Not a lick of wind blowing. Do it again in 30 knots without thrusters.

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  24. Hair cut ?

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  25. Nice job. And how I would love a beautiful boat like that. I would live on it for the rest of my days, and never leave. hahaha…
    True. ..I would. I'd go shopping and maybe hit a few bars now and again. But that's about it. I'd stay on my ship.

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  26. Bow-thrusters make everyone a perfect captain!

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  27. Boy! Real tough with bow thrusters!

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  28. no wind guy . what a woosy

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  29. Respect, Ian!

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