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Old 14-09-2020, 03:36   #1
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webbing mooring anchoring line, how the Swedes do it

I chartered recently on swedish Stockholm archipelago and was impressed with the solution for stern anchoring/mooring used there
https://jimmygreen.com/anchor-warps/...ngth-56_metres
we have a horrible huge 200 ft spare mooring anchor line which takes half of the bow locker and is impossible to be handled on deck.How about replacing is with a nice roll of 40-50 mm wide poliester tubular webbing to be used as a spare for an extra anchor or when tying to the shore. Of course it would have to be used with an appropriate snubber.
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Old 17-09-2020, 14:25   #2
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Re: webbing mooring anchoring line, how the Swedes do it

Itís certainly useful. I have one and use it for stern anchoring. The price in the link (jimmy green) is very expensive though. You can but it on line from any chandlery in Sweden for app 130 euro

https://www.seasea.se/ankarolina-56?...RoCVtoQAvD_BwE
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