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Anchor Retrieving System


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Model # 4628913 | Mfg # AR-1N-DP

Easy to use, maintenance free, and much cheaper than a windlass! Simply place the anchor ring over your anchor line, attach the anchor ball, lower the ball overboard, and run a slow course 30-45 degrees away from the anchor. This will move the ball down the anchor line to the anchor, pulling it free, and floating it to the surface.

Complete Kit Includes:

  • Red 12" Dia. A-1 ball
  • Stainless Steel Anchor ring
  • 3/8" Dia. Nylon Line with stainless snap
  • For boats up to 40'
  • Made in U.S.A.
  • MFR's lifetime limited warranty

Anchor Retrieving System

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T H Marine Anchor Retrieving System

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best anchor aid

By Dorado

from orlando flotida

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer


  • Easy To Use All Stainle


    Best Uses

    • Anchor Line

    Comments about T H Marine Anchor Retrieving System:

    Attach to anchor line and pull forward

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (14 of 14 customers found this review helpful)


    anchor ball

    By matt

    from St.Augustine, Fl

    About Me Advanced


    • Easy To Use
    • Reliable
    • Works very well


    • Poor Design

    Best Uses

      Comments about T H Marine Anchor Retrieving System:

      the only problem we have had is the eye on the stainless ring bent so we had to weld it shut, other than that it works perfect. We have a 26' cat and it hold's 20' of chain and a traditional 22 anchor fine. We generally use it anywhere from 20o' to 60' of water.

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