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WINDLASS - DEFINITION

Tuesday October 11th, 2011
WINDLASS - DEFINITION


A windlass is the winch used to raise and anchor. It usually consists of a horizontal cylinder which is rotated by turning a crank, either manually or electrically. The cable, rope or chain is then wound around the winch to either haul or drop the anchor.
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