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Manson Anchors
February/March Newsletter Update

IN THIS ISSUE:

1. Manson Boss Anchor release onto the market
2. Bowmaster patented underwater Turning Mechanism
3. Manson Submarine Anchor launch
4. Insight on completed projects in 2011
5. Boat Show round up & updates for Manson in 2012
6. Manson Olympics


1. Manson Boss Anchor release onto the market

Manson Anchors launched the Manson Boss Anchor at METS 2011. The Manson Boss anchor is the most technically advanced and safest...click here for more


2. Bowmaster patented underwater anchor Turning Mechanism
After extensive research and testing, Manson's sister company Bowmaster has developed a new underhull anchor turning mechanism solution. This system was specifically designed in conjunction...click here for more


3. Manson Submarine Anchor launch

Manson Anchors have launched their latest Superyacht anchor, the Manson Submarine Anchor. The Manson Hiding anchor provided the starting point for development and in conjunction with...click here for more


4. Insight on completed projects in 2011
2011 has seen Manson Anchors fabricate and deliver many Superyacht anchor sets whilst Bowmaster has
complimented them with bollards, chocks and fairleads. Being able to supply a full set...click here for more


5. Boat Show 2011 round up and updates for Manson in 2012
In comparison to 2010, Manson Anchors has experienced a positive boat show attendance and outcome. It was also a first time for Manson to exhibit at the Workboat Show in New Orleans, which...click here for more


6. Manson Olympics

The Manson team wanted to farewell 2011 with a customised Manson Olympics competition. The annual Christmas function started off with a heated 1 ½ hour karting race, contested in teams...click here for more



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