There are knots for just about everything. You can find all kinds of information on the internet and view how to tie them. But, we are interested in finding out about one particular knot (hitch) that many boaters use but don’t know what it is called.
Last year, we asked for help identifying this helpful knot that has no name—or at least no name that we can find. Many suggestions came in that were close, but none match this knot.
It is often used to store a coiled rope or line when not in use either on the bowrail or on a rail in storage. The cow hitch and lanyard hitch appear similar once tied, but they are tied differently and not with multiple coils of rope or line.
Do you know what it is? See Unknown Knot – Still Unknown