Wesmar’s Vertical Anchor Windlass

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Wesmar is introducing the new WM3500 Stainless Steel Vertical Anchor Windlass.

The Wesmar Anchor Windlass addresses the critical act of anchoring, quicker and more safely. With a touch of a button, the Vertical Anchor Windlass provides stress-free anchoring, requiring minimal crew and effort.  The risk of accidents is next to none with a safety lock to help protect against unintentional windlass deployment.

Ross Lund of Classic Yacht Service in Fort Myers said, “The windlass works great, everyone loves it. I have a customer who dives a lot, anchoring multiple times a day. He says the windlass has been flawless.”

Key features of the Vertical Anchor Windlass include:
• Polished stainless steel drum, chain wheel and pedestal base
• Combination chain and rope function
• Commercial duty, high torque, hydraulic motor
• Preset stopping on retrieval
• Improved rope grip

(www.wesmar.com)

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