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I am planning on putting a stern anchor on my boat. I remember seeing information on a flat anchor line that stores on a compact reel but can''t remember the manufacturer. Can anyone help me with the name and web site of the company that makes this line.

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I would imagine line twist would be a pain in the butt while reeling the anchor line back in. However, I will follow this topic, since I''m in need of line for my aft-rail mounted anchor (presently without anchor rode).
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Yale Brait stows very well in a small space, AND is hockle-free. This is especiailly true compared to typical anchor line
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Try the following address:

WINCH CENTER Fritz KÖHN. Uerdinger Str. 52 - D – 40474 DÜSSELDORF ALLEMAGNE. Tel : (49) 211 51 62 93 00 - Fax : (49) 211/51 62 93 03 -
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This may be what you''re looking for, <a href="http://www.marinestore.com/ankarolina.html?cart=32020352414920"> here</a>.
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