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    Posted: 08 May 2021 at 00:07
Hanse 418 anchor locker partition for interest and comment.








Edited by Ranu - 08 May 2021 at 00:07
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I like the partition it's a nice organizer for the locker, a bit jealous of the fresh water hose for washdown as well. We have a 2017 415 (Seattle) and frequently anchor in deep water so have a lot of line (100m) that I would like to stow up and out of the way by hanging in the locker, anyone find any good hooks/installation tricks to coil and stow excess line so the chain has room to properly drop in the locker?
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David, 
Sorry, I have no good suggestion for stowage of 100m line.

I do have a question to everyone: 
In my H418 purchase agreement it's listed: 50 m length 8 mm ss chain. However I only this summer realized we only have 20m chain.

Anyone with same issue?

And if you have 50 m chain, is this doable in the chain locker? Or is extending the chain with line a better option? And if so, what are your experiences with the Quick windlass?

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Hi Henk,

Mine came with 30m of chain which I replaced with 80m. It does fit in the locker but it is a bit limit, so you might have to help the chain a bit to have it evenly spread the chain as you lift your anchor. I wouldn't go for less than 80m though.

The Quick windlass does its job allright, but it is a bit on the "light" side so you should not force it too much. On the positive side, it has a clutch which allows you to drop your anchor firmly and quickly in rough conditions. Someday I intend to replace it with something more robust (like the Lofrans Cayman) but that requires plastics work in the locker.

On the other hand I find the 16kg Delta anchor inadequate for a 10 ton yacht. Choose a modern anchor like the Spade, 20 kg minimum which seems to fit as such.

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Henk 
Sounds like they owe you a new anchor chain!

We added 30mtrs of rope to our 30 mtr of chain and upgraded to a 20kg Roccna. The rope sits well on platform next to winch.

So far very pleased, just roccna digs in so well comes up with a lot of mud/clay !

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Without wishing to hijack the thread and make it about anchor preferences, I swapped the factory supplied Delta with the new Epsilon.  I have been anchoring most nights since taking delivery and so far it is very impressive.  It has dragged a couple of times, once in 30kts with a discarded rope around the flukes (discovered on raising the anchor) and the other in weed.
I think it is a good low cost option and the only minor niggles is that the shank does not place the hole for the retaining pin in the correct location.
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Hi, 

Iím really interesting know how you got a fresh water supply to the bow locker and what connectors youíve used forge hose. Thanks!
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