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Old 05-11-2019, 10:05   #286
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Re: Always use a snubber or your boat could end up like...

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I gave up on the rolling hitch many years ago and switched to a Prusik loop which never slipped, but I now use a soft shackle which is easier and quicker.
Thanks - good tips. I have used rolling hitches for years without slippage, but I rarely end up in truly difficult anchoring situations - usually current vs winds. I like them because I already have the lines onboard (typically use two spring lines as a bridle).
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