“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
These yacht dwellers have way too much time on their hands.
While it is coiled, the proper term is to Flemish, or Flemished.
@1911A1. Interesting. From my time in the Navy (89-99) I remember calling this "flaked" (not sure of the spelling) as in go flake down that line. I dunno. According to Animated knots dot com, This is called the "Flemsih Flake". I guess flaking is the act of coiling the line one way (figure 8, or coil, or?) or another, and Flemish is the type of flaking method. Thanks C.W. for the opportunity to learn something.