After their pass by, Mark gets his crew together and explains the maneuver, assigning each person a task. Sandy coils the stern lines and readies them for heaving. Owen gets out the fenders and positions them both port and starboard with an additional one on the transom. Simon ensures that the anchor is ready to drop and pay out freely. Lastly, the dinghy is moved to the bow so it will be out of the way as they back in.
They head in, maintaining enough speed for maneuvering. As their berth comes abeam, Mark pivots the boat bow out and perpendicular to the quay. He signals Simon to lower the anchor in a position that should give adequate scope, in this case about four boatlengths off the quay.
As Mark backs into the space between the other boats, Simon eases out the anchor rode, occasionally tugging on it to set the hook. Owen stands by with an extra fender, just in case.
When the stern is close enough, Sandy heaves the stern lines to the dockhand, who secures them at a wide angle to keep the stern centered. Mark signals Simon to secure the anchor rode, keeping the stern about 2 feet off the quay.