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NorestarDouble-Braided Nylon Anchor Rope with Stainless Steel Thimble

$66

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  • Stainless steel thimble professionally spliced at one end, heat sealed at the other end
  • Double braided Marine Grade Nylon provides superior strength and comfortable handling
  • Perfect for your ground tackle configuration or other application where durable line is needed
  • Not suitable for windlasses
  • Stainless steel thimble professionally spliced at one end, heat sealed at the other end
  • Double braided Marine Grade Nylon provides superior strength and comfortable handling
  • Perfect for your ground tackle configuration or other application where durable line is needed
  • Not suitable for windlasses

Double Braided Nylon Anchor Rope by Norestar™ is ideal for anchor rode setups or other application requiring strong, abrasion resistant line. Double Braided Line is generally stronger than three-strand and more comfortable to handle. The rope comes with a stainless steel thimble, professionally spliced, for convenient attachment to your anchor or chain. The free end is heat sealed.

This rope is not suitable for windlasses.

Anchor Rode Selection

When selecting an anchor line the rule of thumb is to have 1/8" of anchor line diameter for every 9' of boat length. For example, a 3/8" line would be appropriate for boats up to 27'. This is a general rule, considerations should be made for boat weight, anchoring conditions, and other such factors.

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Customer Reviews

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Kevi
Used for a rope bridge for my sons.

So I used this for a completely different, unorthodox means of what it was intended for. I wanted a cheap way to build a rope bridge for the pirate ship I was building my sons. This fit the bill fantastically. I was happy as heck too that when you cut the ends they burn perfectly and together. It was almost like it was engineered to solidify if the ends are burned together. I attached a picture of the rope bridge I made.

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Alfred D.M.
Great in securing our dock

I have been using this line for several years to secure my dock and walkway at our lake. It has lasted for years and is still in fine shape. I just ordered a second roll to have it ready if/when the existing line is fit to be retired.

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Alan G.
Reliability

Liked wverything

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Dale
Shipping with spool would improve outcome

I spent a lot of time untangling because it doesn’t come on a spool. Have not actually used it yet with anchor.

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g-ram
Not as long advertised!

I've had this for a couple years and just noticed when adding depth markings that it's only 180', not 200' as advertised. Otherwise, it's fine.

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