Anderson Turn

The Anderson Turn

  1. Stop the engines.
  2. Put the rudder over toward the person.
  3. When clear of the person, go all ahead full, still using the full rudder.
  4. After deviating from the original course by about 240 degrees (about 2/3 of a complete circle), back the engines 2/3 or full.
  5. Stop the engines when the target point is 15 degrees off the bow. Ease the rudder and back the engines as required.

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