Shoreline Anchor Retrieval Ring
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The Shoreline Anchor Retrieval Ring allows you to easily retrieve your anchor. This ring is made of stainless steel and measures 5-1/2 inches in diameter.
Shoreline Anchor Retrieval Ring:
- Made of stainless steel
- Measures 5-1/2" in diameter
- Made in China
- Model# SL52064
|Manufacturer Part Number:||SL52064|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||1.77 x 7.53 x 5.96 Inches|
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- Unseating a well secured bow anchor from a soft bottom can be problematic. By placing a buoy on the anchor line that slides through the anchor retrieval ring one can unseat the anchor by steering the boat away from the anchor at 30-45 degree angle thereby forcing the flotation of the buoy to lift the anchor out of the bottom and float the anchor for easy retrieval. Once the anchor has been broken from the bottom you can start the anchor recovery with ease then disconnecting the buoy and anchor retrieval ring from the anchor line once the anchor recovery is assured. The physics I believe are essentially that the buoy follows the anchor line to a near position directly over the anchor which is the position where an anchor begins to lose it holding power (particularly on a fluke anchor). This is why without a anchor retrieval rig you are forced to position your boat directly on top of the anchor often times to break it free of the bottom.by Joey7/19/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The ring gets shackled to an anchor buoy and you can motor into the anchor and pull it away from the bottom. The anchor rode is pulled through the ring and the anchor buoy holds the anchor so it's easy to just wind the rode (anchor line) into the boat then bring the anchor buoy and anchor into the boat. The ring is technically called the 'Alderney Ring'. You can look that up on youtube for instructions. The ring and buoy are most useful with a heavy anchor when you don't have a windlass. Anchor buoy is also called an anchor ball. Hope that helps.by inspector248/13/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (1)Was this answer helpful?
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