Livin'n On The Edge

Published in the July 2012 Issue Published online: Jul 11, 2012 Ask The Expert
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The ability to stay put when necessary is an important aspect of boating. Using an electric anchor can be problematic, including the risk of damaging the flooring or the side of your boat as you retrieve it.

Plus securing your anchor can mean drilling holes in the deck, which could easily compromise your vessel. There is a solution though. The new Anchor Ledge is ideal for keeping the anchor out of the way of guests, yet it is close enough to be easily dropped into the water.

The Ledge mounts directly to the back of your pontoon and works with almost any electric anchor model and pontoon manufacturer. It's a platform designed to securely hold your anchor as your cruise around until you need it. For more information visit

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