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Cranse Iron:
A cranes iron (or cranze iron) is a fitting on or close to the forward end of a bowsprit which provides attach-
ments for stays and sail tacks. It is usually made of iron or mild steel and can be a simple section of pipe wit
welded on ears, or a more elaborate affair consisting of tapered pipe to match the taper of the bowsprit, a c
which can be attached to an extendable bowsprit, or a cap to match the end of the bowsprit. It can also be
made of cast bronze as well as stainless, or aluminum, and It can be integral to a metal sprit
Westlawn and ABYC will be at the Mets 2010 show.
Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre
Europaplein - 1078 GZ Amsterdam - The Netherlands
Opening hours METS 2010
Tuesday, November 16
10.00 - 18.00 hours
Wednesday, November 17 10.00 - 18.00 hours
Thursday, November 18
10.00 - 17.00 hours
This is THE trade show for Europe, and the first time Westlawn
and ABYC have attended. Be sure to come visit us!