anchor chain


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the chain or rope that attaches an anchor to a vessel

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It had been unable to leave the debris-strewn port because its anchor chains were twisted.
Some say the anchor chain was only assembled at Hingley's and the actual production was at Somers in Halesowen, although it is widely believed that at least two of the three anchors were made at the Netherton iron works.
17v40c011 for procurement of anchor chain cable with accessories
They tried to rescue Polish crewman Robert Ebertowski who had collapsed in the confined space of the anchor chain locker.
Sridhar Shekar, 31, was believed to be riding a jet ski for the first time when he crashed into a moored boat's anchor chain.
Scana Ramnas manufactures heavy anchor chain for the offshore sector.
HER Group equipped the system with a diesel-powered hydraulic chain winch that pulls used anchor chain into an open-ended rectangular steel container, 20 to 40 feet long.
The anticipated departure date of the MARINE 500 has changed from late May to the second week of June due to difficulties encountered during the equipment commissioning process relating to the anchor chain system and the hydraulic system.
Limited Tenders are invited for Anchor chain cables and accessories
They were trying to secure an anchor chain in a storage area of The Viking Islay.
They also pointed out that its anchor chain was too short and had dragged in the windy conditions.
Even the ill-fated Titanic had its anchor chain made in Netherton.
The mooring anchor chain is not connected to the floating marker, but rather to a stick or rod.
Tenders are invited for Anchor Chain,Chain Swivel And Kenter Joining Shackles
It was in the wrong place off the Summer Isles, near Ullapool, the anchor chain was too short and the owners had little experience in ship management, said a report.