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45 Pound Genuine CQR Anchor: $150
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2016-11-18 at 11:06:00 PM GMT
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45 Pound Genuine CQR Anchor: $150
45 Pound Genuine CQR Anchor: $150

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2017-01-15 at 12:43:04 AM GMT
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Is this CQR anchor still for sale?

2017-01-15 at 4:37:03 AM GMT
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Yes it is. It's in our dock box in Blaine. But we can bring it up to Canada anytime.

2017-01-15 at 5:33:01 PM GMT
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I would like to buy it if I can access it.  My boat is currently at Strait Marine's yard in Steveston on the Frazer River.  I will be picking it up, likely at the end of March, to take it north to Powell River.  Then in June, I will be returning to the Vancouver region and will be sailing in the area of the Gulf Islands.  Would you be able to take the anchor to Steveston before the end of March, or could I pick the anchor up someplace in June?


Syd Sabine




2017-01-16 at 5:36:59 AM GMT
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Hi Syd
I'm sure that we could get the anchor to Steveston. We're usually down at the boat every weekend. Is there somewhere that we could drop it off when youre not there?

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