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Old 13 August 2016, 14:51   #1
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Tidal docking.

So I live in a small fishing village called Passage East. It's on the River Suir which is very tidal. I am able to leave my boat in the Harbor as long as I want, I however have only ever used slips/moorings that always had water in them. I am prepping my boat to leave it down there for the rest of the season and looking for advice on how to tie up/ safely keep my rib down there. Anything to watch out for when the boat sits in the mud or anything else?

My first harbor anchorage in my old sail boat I had no idea how to anchor a boat. Got a call from the harbor master telling me they found my boat trying to make friends with some multimillion dollar yachts. Really don't want to repeat such an experience.
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Old 13 August 2016, 14:56   #2
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Need some more info buddy.....

swing mooring...

trot mooring,

on the wall,

pier,

pontoon.?

You need to thinking about a good quality antifoul, but somebody with more knowledge on that, will hopefully be along to answer that soon.
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Old 13 August 2016, 15:35   #3
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It's on the wall. As far as I can tell sometimes they Tie on to each other. Click image for larger version

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