marling hitch

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A series of round turns in which the end is passed over the standing part and under the bight and pulled taut on each turn. Unless there is an eye in the end of the rope a marling hitch is usually started with a timber hitch and is used for lashing up sails, awnings, hammocks, etc.

Marling hitch

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