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Old 21-08-2010, 10:58   #1
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Auxillary Winch

I recently chartered in the med with a kedge fixed to approx 10 - 15m of chain. I have recently had back surgery and recovering this combination of chain and Danforth was a big challenge and I had get help from another yacht. When I eventually own my own yacht, can an auxillary winch be fitted (fore and aft) ? Can I get a "double" electric winch for the bow? Any other solutions?
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Old 21-09-2010, 17:24   #2
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For same reason, I installed a second windlass in bow (well, forward anyway as this is a cat), a manual one. Obviously a cat is blessed with room for separation.

I've seen where two bowers were handled by one horizontal windlass, gypsey on one side, capstan drum on the other.
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