Find the part you need at Franklin Marine.

Franklin Marine stocks a wide range of quality marine parts to suit all your boating needs.Trailer boats, motor boats and yachts are all catered for.
One of the biggest selections of Stainless fittings in the State, Rope, Mooring equipment, Outboard fuel tanks and fittings, PFD jackets and yokes.
Wide range of kids life jackets in all sizes even for the four legged variety!Marine, deep cycle, sealed and vehicle batteries.Oars and paddles in all the sizes with Rowlocks too.Marine paint and antifoul in International, Jotan, and Hempel. A whole wall of marine electrical parts and cable! Flares and Safety equipment, rope and splicing, lots of knives for boating hunting and fishing.Radio aerials and bases.Stainless bolts and screws.Rigging wire and swaging service.Anodes for hull and shaft. Pumps and plumbing, hose for fuel, engine and water.And MUCH MORE.
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Some of the weapons in a boatswains arsenal: Various Swedish fids for different size rope splicing A sailor’s palm for pushing large needles through multiple layers of heavy (usually wet) sailcloth An awl for all occasions, which speeds up the process A sharp French Opinel knife, this one with olive wood handle All available from […]

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Local Cray boat anchored off Cockle Creek in Rocky Bay, next to Reserche Bay. Former stop-over for round the Horn Tall-Ships and Whalers, now a favorite camping spot for locals and yachts anchoring. History Note: In 1792/93 Frenchman, Bruni D’Entrecasteaux visits Van Diemen’s Land, charting the Derwent River, which he names Riviere du Nord. The party […]

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Laurence with chandlery sample.

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Three shackles that look similar – with very different prices! The high priced one ($238.40) has a break load of 19,000Kg!! That one is suitable for anchoring 30 tonne + vessels.      

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Muir Windlasses & Anchoring Accessories

by Ian Kuhl on May 12, 2009

in Anchoring

We’re always looking for great quality anchoring accessories and windlasses for our customers and their boats that we work on. There’s an important relationship between good design, great equipment and the right product for the right situation. Safety and seaworthiness are always paramount – and looking good is the icing on the cake! Check out […]

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