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BLaux
03-01-2001, 02:02 PM
Does anyone know where I might be able to buy a traditional galvanized Fisherman's anchor, with a folding stock, in the roughly 30 - 40 pound size? I am familiar with the Luke, and with the gorgeous bronze ones from Reinick & Son, but they are both too pricey.



I have searched catalogs, publications such as WoodenBoat, the Internet, and several chandleries when we went to Maine & Nova Scotia last year -- all to no avail. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it. Thank you.

BLaux
03-01-2001, 02:02 PM
Does anyone know where I might be able to buy a traditional galvanized Fisherman's anchor, with a folding stock, in the roughly 30 - 40 pound size? I am familiar with the Luke, and with the gorgeous bronze ones from Reinick & Son, but they are both too pricey.



I have searched catalogs, publications such as WoodenBoat, the Internet, and several chandleries when we went to Maine & Nova Scotia last year -- all to no avail. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it. Thank you.

BLaux
03-01-2001, 02:02 PM
Does anyone know where I might be able to buy a traditional galvanized Fisherman's anchor, with a folding stock, in the roughly 30 - 40 pound size? I am familiar with the Luke, and with the gorgeous bronze ones from Reinick & Son, but they are both too pricey.



I have searched catalogs, publications such as WoodenBoat, the Internet, and several chandleries when we went to Maine & Nova Scotia last year -- all to no avail. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it. Thank you.

Bill Dodson
03-01-2001, 02:08 PM
Kingston Anchors makes something that might do for you. Rekord Marine sells them, see http://www.rekord-marine.com/anchors.htm

good luck,
Bill

Bill Dodson
03-01-2001, 02:08 PM
Kingston Anchors makes something that might do for you. Rekord Marine sells them, see http://www.rekord-marine.com/anchors.htm

good luck,
Bill

Bill Dodson
03-01-2001, 02:08 PM
Kingston Anchors makes something that might do for you. Rekord Marine sells them, see http://www.rekord-marine.com/anchors.htm

good luck,
Bill

Mark Van
03-01-2001, 06:14 PM
Try OnlineMarine. They had folding fishermen anchors cheaper than anywhere else i've seen
http://www.onlinemarine.com
Mark

Mark Van
03-01-2001, 06:14 PM
Try OnlineMarine. They had folding fishermen anchors cheaper than anywhere else i've seen
http://www.onlinemarine.com
Mark

Mark Van
03-01-2001, 06:14 PM
Try OnlineMarine. They had folding fishermen anchors cheaper than anywhere else i've seen
http://www.onlinemarine.com
Mark

Paul Frederiksen
03-02-2001, 10:53 AM
Be aware that the folding fisherman's anchor has been discontinued for some time now. Online Marine says it has no more.

Paul Frederiksen
03-02-2001, 10:53 AM
Be aware that the folding fisherman's anchor has been discontinued for some time now. Online Marine says it has no more.

Paul Frederiksen
03-02-2001, 10:53 AM
Be aware that the folding fisherman's anchor has been discontinued for some time now. Online Marine says it has no more.

nedL
03-02-2001, 11:42 AM
If you are not in a great hurry you might try Ebay. I see all sorts of period stuff go by, some sells for ridiculous prices while some sells pretty reasonably (even bargans. Their search works pretty well so that you can target what you are interested in. (Although I have not been able to figure out how to target anchors well without finding all sorts of "Anchor Hocking glassware" as well. You do have to remember buyer beware though, as with all auctions.

nedL
03-02-2001, 11:42 AM
If you are not in a great hurry you might try Ebay. I see all sorts of period stuff go by, some sells for ridiculous prices while some sells pretty reasonably (even bargans. Their search works pretty well so that you can target what you are interested in. (Although I have not been able to figure out how to target anchors well without finding all sorts of "Anchor Hocking glassware" as well. You do have to remember buyer beware though, as with all auctions.

nedL
03-02-2001, 11:42 AM
If you are not in a great hurry you might try Ebay. I see all sorts of period stuff go by, some sells for ridiculous prices while some sells pretty reasonably (even bargans. Their search works pretty well so that you can target what you are interested in. (Although I have not been able to figure out how to target anchors well without finding all sorts of "Anchor Hocking glassware" as well. You do have to remember buyer beware though, as with all auctions.

Mark Van
03-02-2001, 06:55 PM
To search for anchors on E-bay, go to the catagory "boating", and then search under "anchors". That way you will avoid "Anchor Hocking".
You may try under "Maratime Aniques" also.
Mark

Mark Van
03-02-2001, 06:55 PM
To search for anchors on E-bay, go to the catagory "boating", and then search under "anchors". That way you will avoid "Anchor Hocking".
You may try under "Maratime Aniques" also.
Mark

Mark Van
03-02-2001, 06:55 PM
To search for anchors on E-bay, go to the catagory "boating", and then search under "anchors". That way you will avoid "Anchor Hocking".
You may try under "Maratime Aniques" also.
Mark

NormMessinger
03-02-2001, 07:17 PM
Defender has a galvanized fisherman's anchor in their latest catalogue.

--Norm

NormMessinger
03-02-2001, 07:17 PM
Defender has a galvanized fisherman's anchor in their latest catalogue.

--Norm

NormMessinger
03-02-2001, 07:17 PM
Defender has a galvanized fisherman's anchor in their latest catalogue.

--Norm