The sailor driving the small boat throws them a bright yellow sea anchor
A check to see that the sea anchor
is streaming correctly is now a priority and thereafter maintaining the raft, familiarising everyone with the contents of the emergency pack, watching for rescuers and achieving best possible comfort levels for all on board will become the ongoing routine.
Straining from my horizontal position on my bunk, I saw that the sea anchor
had gone from the front of the boat.
A bowline is needed for holding onto the kayak in bad conditions, as is a towline, and for attaching bottom and sea anchors
It Was the One Constant in My Life -- the Sea Anchor
That Kept Me Headed into the Wind
Some sort of conservative movement may prove useful, much like a sea anchor
during turbulence, for steadying the vessel of culture.
At night we put out the sea anchor
and squeeze into the cabin.
with no steering and no emergency steering (our spinnaker pole formed an integral part of this) we had little choice but to lay off a sea anchor
and convey our situation to the race authorities.
If we can get into a good area, I'll put the sea anchor
out, and we can relax and take the rocking out of the boat," Pesch explained when I spoke with him later.
Katy Marriott-Payne of Wellingborough bought Oakville Paris (B mare, PS2,000), Marged Simons of Narberth bought Thistledown Sea Anchor
(B gelding, PS1,750), India Latter of Llandysul bought Rhoson Shanco (B colt, PS1,200).
HOLD STILL: Jonathan Pyrce in The Sea Anchor
SERIOUS START: A young Jonathan Pryce at the Everyman in the 1970s ALL STAR CAST: The Everyman theatre production of the Country Wife which starred top row, Elizabeth Estensen, middle row, Nick Stringer, Cenghis Saner, Helen Brammer.
Black Knight is under a sea anchor
so hopefully it'll stay in the same location.