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  1. Braided Nylon Anchor Rope with Thimble

    Norestar's Premium Double Braided Nylon Anchor Rope provides excellent strength and is ideal for any anchor rode setup, mooring setup, or nearly any other application.

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    $60 - $350
  2. Three-Strand Nylon Anchor Line

    Norestar's Premium Twisted Nylon Anchor Line provides excellent strength and is ideal for any anchor rode setup, mooring setup, or nearly any other application.

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    $45 - $105
  3. New England Mega Braid II 12-Strand Line

    New England's Mega Braid II 12 Strand rope is the gold standard for use in windlasses on small and mid-sized boats. This line works great in powered windlasses. Mega Braid II is soft and supple to the hand, and is the perfect choice for pleasure boats.
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    $1.19 - $2

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When it comes to selecting a type of anchor line (also referred to as anchor rode) the overwhelming most popular choice amongst boaters is Nylon. After that, your next choice is choosing between twisted anchor rope and braided anchor rope. The most significant difference is braided rope is slightly more flexible and stronger but is more difficult to splice than twisted rope.

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Anchor Rode: Everything You Needed to Know, Including Picking a Size, Type, Length and More

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All About Anchor and Windlass Chain for Your Boat
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