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Dennis & waternut,
I just listened while he talked.
Your procedure when hoisting the anchor is right on and what an old timer told me many years ago when I first started chartering back in 93.
Now that I have my own boat things come back to me bit by bit and I try to learn from others by listening and asking questions.
Thanks for all the info. thus far and as Arnoild said, "I''ll be back".

Wannasail
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Wannasail;
Waternut here, Sailnet has forced me to change my name to log on. No problem.
I''m very pleased that we we''re able to help.
I''ve been thinking of your project on and off lately.
I have forgotten to mention a chain stopper. This handy little device when used in conjuction with a snubber will take the anchoring loads off your windlass gypsy.
Also in my experience the New England Three strand is the best available. Not a plug just a fact.
I''m sorry that sailnet feels so threatened by me, just tryin'' to help.
Call me if ya'' needs'' me.
Thanks Dennis.
Waternut
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Wannasail;
Waternut here, Sailnet has forced me to change my name to log on. No problem.
I''m very pleased that we we''re able to help.
I''ve been thinking of your project on and off lately.
I have forgotten to mention a chain stopper. This handy little device when used in conjuction with a snubber will take the anchoring loads off your windlass gypsy.
Also in my experience the New England Three strand is the best available. Not a plug just a fact.
I''m sorry that sailnet feels so threatened by me, just tryin'' to help.
Call me if ya'' needs'' me.
Thanks Dennis.
Waternut
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