{Stus-List} Bow Anchor Roller

dwight veinot dwightveinot at hfx.eastlink.ca
Sat Sep 3 07:44:46 EDT 2011



You could drill a hole through the anchor so you could use a pin to hold it
secure on the roller.I had to do that with my Bruce anchor but I also attach
a line secure to the boat at the chain end with a snap shackle


D. Veinot

C&C 35 MKII, Alianna

Head of St. Margaret's Bay, NS


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Here's my minimalist setup. A little more projection wouldn't hurt (notice
the dings in the glass from letting the windlass bring the anchor up the
last 3 feet), and more width so I don't have to use a really skinny
expensive and prone to failure stainless swivel. Apart from that, it works
just fine. The holes in the cheeks were originally placed for another
anchor, but I use them now to take a Faspin to keep the chain from jumping
off when the hook is down. 





Jim Watts
Paradigm Shift
C&C 35 Mk III


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