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| caveat= Although widely considered a reliable knot, it may not hold when tied in certain materials or loading conditions.
| caveat= Although widely considered a reliable knot, it may not hold when tied in certain materials or loading conditions.
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|see_also = [[Bowline on a Bight]] and [[Double Bowline]].
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|see_also = [[Bowline on a Bight]] and [[Double Bowline]]
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* [https://www.hightrek.co.uk/learning/how-to-tie-a-bowline/ How to tie a bowline (High Trek Snowdonia)]
|introduction = {{quote-source|[[Bowline]] knot – rescue knot, most useful of knots because it forms a loop that will not slip and is easy to untie. Use it to attach a cord to a pack frame, tie a rope through a grommet of a tent, secure a line to a canoe, and in rescue situations, and in a thousand other ways. Learn to tie the bowline around a post and in the free end of a rope. With practice, you can even tie it with one hand.
|introduction = {{quote-source|[[Bowline]] knot – rescue knot, most useful of knots because it forms a loop that will not slip and is easy to untie. Use it to attach a cord to a pack frame, tie a rope through a grommet of a tent, secure a line to a canoe, and in rescue situations, and in a thousand other ways. Learn to tie the bowline around a post and in the free end of a rope. With practice, you can even tie it with one hand.
Make a small overhand loop in the standing part of a rope. Bring the rope end up through the loop, around behind the standing part, and back down into the loop. Tighten the bowline by pulling the standing part away from the loop.|[[Boy Scout Handbook]] pp. 148-149}}
Make a small overhand loop in the standing part of a rope. Bring the rope end up through the loop, around behind the standing part, and back down into the loop. Tighten the bowline by pulling the standing part away from the loop.|[[Boy Scout Handbook]] pp. 148-149}}
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{{quote-source|The Bowline makes a reasonably secure loop in the end of a piece of rope. It has many uses, e.g., to fasten a mooring line to a ring or a post. Under load, it does not slip or bind. With no load it can be untied easily. It's principle shortcoming is that it cannot be tied, or untied, when there is a load on the standing end. It should therefore be avoided when, for example, a mooring line may have to be released under load. Two bowlines can be linked together to join two ropes.|[http://www.animatedknots.com/ Grog]}}
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{{quote-source|The Bowline makes a reasonably secure loop in the end of a piece of rope. It has many uses, e.g., to fasten a mooring line to a ring or a post. Under load, it does not slip or bind. With no load it can be untied easily. It's principle shortcoming is that it cannot be tied, or untied, when there is a load on the standing end. It should therefore be avoided when, for example, a mooring line may have to be released under load. Two bowlines can be linked together to join two ropes.|[https://www.animatedknots.com/bowline-knot Animated Knots]}}
{{ABOK|# 1010, p 186}}
{{ABOK|# 1010, p 186}}
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* [[Bear]] 22b, [[Small-Boat Sailing]] #7a, [[Apprentice|Sea Scout Apprentice]] #5.
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* [[Bear]] 22b
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* [[Second Class rank]] #2.g.
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* [[Rowing]] #4.a.5.
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* [[Small-Boat Sailing]] #7.a.
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* [[Ranger Award#Wilderness Survival|Ranger Award]] #7.h.ii.c.
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* [[Cave Exploration (Ranger Award elective)]] #2.a.
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* [[Apprentice|Sea Scout Apprentice]] #5.
|instructions =
|instructions =
#Make a loop (top to you).
#Make a loop (top to you).
#The rabbit goes out of the hole, around the tree, and back into the hole.
#The rabbit goes out of the hole, around the tree, and back into the hole.
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|lesson_videos =
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* [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-tie-a-bowlin-knot/ Wonder How To Video: Bowline Knot] - [http://www.animatedknots.com/bowlinescouting/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: Bowline] - [http://www.animatedknots.com/bowlineclimbing/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: Bowline] - [http://www.expertvillage.com/video/123792_tying-bowline-knots.htm Video: Bowline Knots] - [http://www.expertvillage.com/video/131239_tying-bowline-knots-2.htm Video: Bowline Knots]
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* [https://www.wonderhowto.com/search/bowline/ Wonder How To]
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*[http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-running-bowline-knot-177164/ Wonder How To Video: Running Bowline Knot]
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* [https://www.animatedknots.com/bowline-knot Animated Knots]
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* [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-a-portugese-bowline-knot-for-sailing-251415/ Wonder How To Video: Portugese Bowline Knot]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/user/expertvillage/search?query=Bowline Expert Village]
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*[http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-a-spanish-bowline-knot-266556/ Wonder How To Video: Spanish Bowline Knot]
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*[http://www.expertvillage.com/video/85730_rope-bends-bowline.htm Video: Bowline Bend] -
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|notes =
|notes =
*The Bowline is one of the [[Forty Knots]].
*The Bowline is one of the [[Forty Knots]].
|extra_section = ;One-Handed Bowline
|extra_section = ;One-Handed Bowline
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{{quote-source|The One Handed Bowline is a useful and quick way to tie a bowline when the other hand is occupied or injured. There are three main steps.<br>1. Hold the short end and tie a half hitch with your whole forearm.<br>2. Pass the short end round the standing end.<br>3. Still holding the short end, withdraw your hand from the loop.|[http://www.animatedknots.com/ Grog]}}
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{{quote-source|The One-Handed Bowline (ABOK # 1010, p 186.) is a quick, useful way to tie a bowline when the other hand is occupied or injured. There are three main steps:
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:*[http://www.animatedknots.com/bowlineonehand/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: One Handed Bowline]
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#Hold the short end and create a loop around your hand.
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:*[http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-one-handed-bowline-knot-for-climbing-265452/ Wonder How To Video: One Handed Bowline]
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#Pass the short end round the standing end.
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:*{{ABOK|# 1010, p 186}}
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#Still holding the short end, withdraw your hand from the loop.|[https://www.animatedknots.com/one-handed-bowline-knot Animated Knots]}}
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:* [https://www.animatedknots.com/one-handed-bowline-knot Grog's Animated Knots: One Handed Bowline]
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:* [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-one-handed-bowline-knot-for-climbing-265452/ Wonder How To Video: One Handed Bowline]
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:* {{ABOK|# 1010, p 186}}
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<noinclude>{{Knot footer}}
<noinclude>{{Knot footer}}
[[Category:Forty knots]]
[[Category:Forty knots]]
[[Category:Climbing knots]]</noinclude>
[[Category:Climbing knots]]</noinclude>

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Bowline
Image:Bowline-small.gif
Names Bowline, Boling knot (archaic)
Typical use Making a fixed loop in the end of a line.
Caveat Although widely considered a reliable knot, it may not hold when tied in certain materials or loading conditions.
Releasing Non-jamming
Category Loop knots
Group Basic knots
Related Sheet bend, Double bowline, Bowline on a bight, Water bowline, Yosemite bowline, Spanish bowline, Portuguese bowline, Triple bowline, Running bowline
Animation of tying a Bowline
Animation of tying a Bowline
Bowline knot – rescue knot, most useful of knots because it forms a loop that will not slip and is easy to untie. Use it to attach a cord to a pack frame, tie a rope through a grommet of a tent, secure a line to a canoe, and in rescue situations, and in a thousand other ways. Learn to tie the bowline around a post and in the free end of a rope. With practice, you can even tie it with one hand.

Make a small overhand loop in the standing part of a rope. Bring the rope end up through the loop, around behind the standing part, and back down into the loop. Tighten the bowline by pulling the standing part away from the loop.

Boy Scout Handbook pp. 148-149


The Bowline makes a reasonably secure loop in the end of a piece of rope. It has many uses, e.g., to fasten a mooring line to a ring or a post. Under load, it does not slip or bind. With no load it can be untied easily. It's principle shortcoming is that it cannot be tied, or untied, when there is a load on the standing end. It should therefore be avoided when, for example, a mooring line may have to be released under load. Two bowlines can be linked together to join two ropes.
Animated Knots
The Ashley Book of Knots # 1010, p 186


Required for


Instructions
  1. Make a loop (top to you).
  2. The rabbit goes out of the hole, around the tree, and back into the hole.


Lesson Videos


Notes


See also

Bowline on a Bight and Double Bowline


One-Handed Bowline
The One-Handed Bowline (ABOK # 1010, p 186.) is a quick, useful way to tie a bowline when the other hand is occupied or injured. There are three main steps:
  1. Hold the short end and create a loop around your hand.
  2. Pass the short end round the standing end.
  3. Still holding the short end, withdraw your hand from the loop.
Animated Knots
Knots by Use
Basic knots Overhand knot  •  Square knot  •  Granny knot  •  Two half-hitches  •  Taut-line hitch  •  Bowline  •  Sheet bend  •  Slip knot  •  Clove hitch  •  Timber hitch
Advanced knots Constrictor knot  •  Monkey's fist  •  Ocean plait  •  Trucker's hitch  •  Turk's head
Special knots Braiding  •  Carrick bend  •  Chain sinnet  •  Cow hitch  •  Double sheet bend  •  Sheep shank
Fishing knots Arbor knot  •  Barrel knot  •  Blood knot  •  Blood loop  •  Clinch knot  •  Fisherman's knot  •  Improved clinch knot  •  Nail knot  •  Needle knot  •  Palomar knot  •  Surgeon's loop  •  Turle knot
Sailing knots Bowline  •  Bowline on a bight  •  Cleat hitch  •  Double Bowline  •  Figure Eight  •  Marline hitch  •  Midshipman's hitch  •  Rolling hitch  •  Stevedore's knot
Climbing knots Alpine Butterfly knot  •  Bowline  •  Double fisherman's knot (Grapevine)  •  Figure eight follow-through  •  Figure eight on a bight  •  Figure eight on bend  •  Figure eight knot  •  Prusik knot  •  Safety knot  •  water knot
Forty knots Blackwall hitch  •  Bow knot  •  Bowline  •  Bowline on a bight  •  Cats Paw  •  Chain hitch (Marline hitch)  •  Clove hitch  •  Double Carrick bend (Carrick bend)  •  Double Figure Eight  •  Double Overhand  •  Double sheet bend  •  Figure Eight  •  Fisherman's Eye  •  Fisherman's Knot  •  Granny knot  •  Half hitch  •  Halyard bend  •  Hitching tie  •  Killick hitch  •  Lariat loop  •  Lark's head or (Cow hitch)  •  Marlinspike  •  Midshipman's hitch  •  Miller's knot  •  Overhand bow or (Water knot)  •  Overhand knot  •  Rolling hitch  •  Running knot (slip knot)  •  Sailor's knot  •  Sheep shank  •  Sheet bend  •  Slippery hitch  •  Square knot  •  Stevedore's knot  •  Surgeon's knot (surgeon's loop)  •  Taut-line hitch  •  Thief knot  •  Tiller's hitch  •  Timber hitch  •  Two half hitches
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