Anchorlift Mako 2000 Series Windlass
£2,750.00 – £2,850.00
Ideal for 40-75 foot boats. Powerful 2000 watt motor. These Low Profile models are designed for smooth & silent motor/gear operation under the deck and take up less deck space. Powerful windlass with a new compact motor.
- Designed for smooth & silent motor/gear operation; takes up minimal deck space
- Recommended for boats up to 65′
- Up speed of up to 71′ per minute at 240 lbs load
- Accepts 5/16″ HT G4 Chain with 5/8″ Rope (accepts rope, chain, or rope & chain rodes)
- Includes circuit breaker
- Includes stainless steel backing plate
Ideal for boats 40-75 feet, Anchorlift’s Mako 2000 motor windlass has a max working load of 650kg compared to 485 for the 1500 watt motor, but is still a compact and easy to install vertical windlass. The Low Profile design minimises space required on deck and delivers smooth and silent motor/gear operation from under the deck. With capstan for optional warping operation, the deck unit and vertical shaft are constructed from the highest quality 316 Grade Stainless Steel. With a highspeed drop of up to 125ft per minute, manual free fall with adjustable clutch, resulting in long-term trouble-free operation.
Being vertical the Mako takes up less space on deck and is lighter than horizontal windlasses. Easy to install, vertical windlasses are better protected from direct contact with salt water, since the gear & motor are installed underneath the deck.
Mako windlasses work with both ?chain only? or a ?rope/chain? combinations, the 2000 watt, 12 volt windlass accepts 5/16″ HT G4 chain and 5/8″ rope.
- 135 Amp (90135), included
Switches Required for Installation
- Rocker Switch (90801) and optional Footswitch (90900B), sold separately
- Windlass Head Unit
- Gear Box
- Circuit Breaker
- Mounting Template
- Installation Quick Guide
When selecting a windlass system there are some important matters to consider:
- boat size
- anchor size
- chain size
Choosing a windlass system too small for your boat could result in compromising your safety and inevitably costly repairs. The most common way to rate a windlass is by its maximum pulling power (or lifting power) and maximum working load. Anchorlift offers windlasses in several sizes and design and motors from 400 – 4000 watts in 12, 24, 230 & 380 volt.