For chain, a rolling hitch works great to secure the snubber to the chain. The problem with a bowsprit
is the bobstay will chafe the snubber. We had an extra puka in the bobstay fitting. Secured the snubber to the bobstay fitting with a shackle which worked great. Strain on chain was taken lower down so better angle for the pull on the chain and boat sailed around the rode
way less than when we tried a bridle
through the mooring
The Prussic knot
and probably the Klemheist are supposed to be tied with a smaller diameter line than the primary line. That means a weak link. They also tied with a loop of rope
so you have two rope
joins. Some people say to use a rolling hitch on the rope road so you only have one join. Haven't tried it but have some doubts about a rolling hitch not sliding under tension on line on line.