My Lagoon 42TPI had the anchor chain running across the top of the trampoline. I used a 4" PVC pipe, cut in half, to run the chain from the anchor roller on top the front crossbar to the windlass
to reduce chafe on the trampoline. This allowed me to easily access the chain and scrub it clean and use the washroom hose to move the marine
organisms over the side, when we had anchored to long in one spot. Watching those boats with under-the-tramp chains, trying to do the dinghy
dance and making a mess in the dinghy or trying to scrub the chain by snorkelling it, then discovering how many biting sea fleas they were disturbing.
on a number of boats with under-the-tramp chains was always alarming. Putting your hands into small compartments to fasten the bridle
onto the chain can be very exciting in lumpy seas or strong winds. Those boats with the windowless controls at the helm
station means you better have excellent communication with the person at the helm
, or you could easily lose a finger/s or a hand.