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Re: Totally inadequate chain

I know this is Sailnet and all, but re: the OP, I'm gonna suggest this is the perfect place for a motorboat.
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

(sigh)

I wish installing a new anchor was as easy as buying new fenders. I'd be toting an anchor with a roller skate at the end so it wouldn't gouge the deck when I moved it.

Man, I love new fenders. Nothing dresses up a boat like nice, fresh fenders.
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1+ the chain is small but the fenders are PERFECT!

but a personal inspection is probably in order. pm me a phone number please!
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

Anchor is too big for the chain... among other things....
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

"Too big for the chain...?"

Thats like haveing too much money or a car too fast or haveing too much fun...
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

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How do you steer this boat?


I just saw this boat in Lake Union two weeks ago, glad my wife was there to prove i was not crazy. The hot tub boat just putted past our boat at 9am one fine Sunday morning. Their crew told me the water was 104 degrees F, wow.
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

The thing about these types of anchors is not the size but the holding. Of course, size helps with that.

Good holding in a variety of situations is optimal.

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I wonder if the girl has a "lousy" personality..??
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Re: Totally inadequate chain

Man.... i told my girlfriend to stop posting her pictures on the internet.. I'll take care of this. We will have a talk and make sure that she doesn't disturb you old sailnetters again.
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