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Anchoring and Docking Equipment for boats

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Visiflect
We all know Shakespeare Marine makers of some of the best antenna. What I did not know was that Shakespeare also makes dock lines. What's unique about Shakespeare's dock lines is the thread of reflective tracers which are woven through the cover. This
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Date:
3/25/2014
fenderstep
The Fenderstep is a well thought out boarding step. Here is the original review we did of the Fender Step several years ago. What's unique about the FenderStep is that its dual purpose.
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Date:
2/1/2014
Titan Chain
If your chain locker is full of rusty chain and looks like a mess, then you could consider stainless Chain. It will look brighter and attractive, plus it has superior corrosion resistance. Titan AISI 316L Steel Chain, the newest product in the Canada Metal
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Date:
12/27/2013
one sailor
This one fender which gets attached to your dock can make docking much easier. The fender is positioned at the end of the slip, so when you enter the slip your bow comes to rest on the Fender. If the bow moves to one side or the other it falls into the cutouts
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Date:
10/8/2013
anchor buddy
Anchor Buddy 1
You need to anchor on the beach, so how are you going to do this? The problem with just pulling the boat up the beach is the bottom will get damaged not to mention the prop. There are several ways to go about beach anchoring. One way is to have an anchor
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Date:
9/13/2013
mantus anchor
The Mantus anchor is similar in design to other modern anchors of the Bruce/Claw type or Scoop as they are sometimes called. They have in common a Roll Bar and Flukes which angle upwards. The CQR is one of the most common anchors you will see on boats
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Date:
8/18/2013
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