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Anchor Wash down Systems

I have a 38'' Beneteau. I have starting doing a lot of anchoring in the Chesapeake Bay and quickly discovered I need to be able to washdown the anchor rode. I have a lot of extra space in the anchor locker.

Any suggestions from the old salts out there?
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Mike, If you don''t like the bucket routine, I''ve had several charter boats where they have mounted a small salt water electric pump in the anchor well with a few feet of hose to clean the anchor and rode as it comes in.
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See the latest edition of Sail magazine. There is an article on just this subject.
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