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8276Re: [Amel] Replacement anchor and chain

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  • woods deborah
    Apr 4, 2011
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      Wasi tell me that they have NO Irish distributors. They do have the following
      in the UK.

      Marinox Uk Email Marinox@... or Tel 00447548928091 Mr Steve
      Whitehouse OR

      Stainless Threaded Fasteners Tel 0044 2380271155

      I have called Steve Whitehouse and he can supply.

      Good luck regards Deb

      From: Dennis Woods <DENNISWOODS@...>
      To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, 1 April, 2011 20:19:18
      Subject: Re: [Amel] Replacement anchor and chain

      You are quite correct, my problem is trying to find someone who
      supplies the Bugelanker. No luck so far hence the call for help.
      Dennis Woods IL Flauto Magico SM2K 408

      On 1 Apr 2011, at 20:01, Anne and John Hollamby wrote:

      > Hello Dennis,
      > I managed to recover your Email from my junk mail section. I am not
      > sure whether you are joking. They used to sell chain and anchors in
      > Ireland and probably still do. Presumably you still have another
      > anchor to use after you get a new chain to use until you get
      > somewhere where you can get a decent anchor. Stainless anchors are
      > more expensive than galvanised which can be regalvanised as needed
      > after a few years. The same applies to chain, just make sure that
      > you get the right gauge of chain for your gypsy. Take the gypsy to
      > the chandlery and pick a chain which fits all round the gypsy.
      > Good hunting, John Patrick, Bali Hai,SM 319
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: dennis
      > To: amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 6:00 PM
      > Subject: [Amel] Replacement anchor and chain
      > I recently had my wasi Bugelanker stainless 30kg anchor and 100
      > metres of chain stolen from my boat in a secure marina here in
      > Ireland (was advised, I should have kept the chain taught, which
      > would have forced them to cut, making it , maybe too much trouble !)
      > Replacing via Amel is very expensive. Does anyone know were i can
      > get replacements either to Ireland, UK or northern France, many thanks
      > Dennis Woods IL Flauto Magico SM 2K 408
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