Rope tying is a great skill to have. You never know when you need to tightly secure equipment or create a knot that’s not going to budge. There are so many rope knots out there, and our experts will show you how to tie each one and what they’re best for.
Learn how to tie a Cleat Hitch Dock Line (Deck). The Cleat Hitch is one of the best ways to tie a boat to a dock. It is a quick and easy method of tying a rope to a cleat on a dock or boat that is also easy to untie.
Learn how to tie the Stevedore Stopper Knot- a reliable moderately bulky stopper knot. It is an excellent knot to use when setting a tarp – it can be used to secure an end that has been passed through a grommet.
Also called the Taut-line hitch, Adjustable hitch, Rigger's hitch, Tent-line hitch, and Tent hitch, the Midshipman's Hitch is an excellent knot to create an adjustable loop at the end of a rope. The knot can be slid up and down...