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Cocklegat
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Cast steel galvanised bitts. These heavy duty items original from my families Catamaran would make ideal quay heading mooring bollards.
I have 4 of them and would like £15 each



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Careful - they look big enough to require planning permission!!

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Yep, they are good things, around 60years old, the boat they came from was around 50ft and got broken up over 30 years ago.  With the 'lips' on the top edge it means you can catch a rope eye over the top without it slipping.
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