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March 26, 1963
F. c. GOOD
3,082,730
ANCHOR BOOM
Filed Jan. 5, 1960
INVENTOR
‘Fred, C6006,
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ATTORNEYS
3,682,730
United States Patent
Patented Mar. 26, 1963
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3,082,730
ANCHOR BOOM
Fred C. Good, 541 W. Glenwood Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Filed Jan. 5, 1960, Ser. No. 635
2 Claims. (Cl. 114—210)
This invention relates to anchor booms and more par
portion 13. As shown mos-t clearly in FIG. 4, the up
standing wall portions 11 and 12 diverge from each other
at the outboard end of the boom assembly and the web
portion 13 is cut away at a point corresponding to the
divergence to provide a substantial opening for recep
tion of a roller member 14. The roller member 14 is,
of course, ro-tatably mounted on an axle which extends
ticularly to anchor supporting and securing devices of
between and through the divergent portions of the side
the type which are particularly adapted for use on boats
walls 11 and 12.
Also, as shown most clearly in FIG. 4, the roller 114
includes a center cylindrical section .215 and a pair of
outer larger diameter cylindrical sections 16 and 17 and
in the so-called pleasure craft range of sizes.
The problems in connection with the handling of small
boats and the lowering or raising of anchors particularly
in rough seas are Well known. Such problems are dis
the aforementioned sections are joined by smoothly
tapering surfaces 18 and 19 for reasons which will be
cussed in my prior US. Patent No. 2,870,732 of January
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15 apparent hereinafter.
27, 1959.
Referring again to FIG. 1, it will be seen that the
The present invention, while adapted to the same
usage as the ‘anchor boom shown in the aforementioned
patent, ?nds primary utility in the smaller size of boats
of the pleasure class. The anchor boom of the afore
mentioned U.S. patent, on the other hand, is primarily
adapted for the upper range of sizes of the pleasure boat
class.
It is a principal object of the present invention to
provide an anchor receiving and storing boom which is
simple in construction and easily removably attached
to the fore deck of a boat.
upstanding sidewalls 11 and 12 at the outboard end of
the boom not only diverge from each other but are also
turned downwardly to provide a downwardly facing
abutment 20.
When the anchor is fully raised, the
anchor ?ukes will abut against the abutment 2i}.
'
Four lugs 21, 22, 23 and 24 are arranged two on
each side of the rear of the boom and function in co~
operation with the base plate member in a manner to
be hereinafter described.
'
Referring now to vFIG. 3, the supporting plate mem
ber generally indicated by the reference numeral 30 is
A further object of the present invention is to provide
clear of the hull during both raising and lowering oper
also channel-shaped in cross section. As will be ap
parent from a consideration of FIG. 4 which shows the
ations.
A still further object of the present invention is to
provide an anchor boom of the type which, when the
anchor is fully raised, will receive the anchor stem within
what larger than those of the corresponding portion of
the boom. The general cross-sectional con?guration re
an anchor boom arrangement which will keep the anchor
boom and the plate member in assembled relation, the
cross-sectional dimensions of the member 30 are some
mains that of a channel member, however, including a
the structural boundaries of the boom in such position
that the anchor ?ukes abut the outer end of the boom 35 pair of side wall members 31 and 32 interconnected by
a web portion 33. At the forward end of the sidewalls
and the stem lies within the boom proper.
31 and 32 and adjacent the interconnecting web 33 are
It is yet a further object of the present invention to
formed a pair of notches 34- and 35 for the reception of
provide a novel and useful means for detachably mount
outwardly extending lug members 21 and 22 of the boom.
ing the boom on the fore deck of a boat in order that
it may be positively secured and yet easily released in 40 At the rear of the upstanding walls 31 and 32 and again
adjacent the interconnecting web 33 are formed a second
order to store the anchor and boom assembly whenever
pair of notches or slots 36 and 37 adapted to receive the
desired.
lugs 23 and 24 of the boom. Pivotally mounted im
Other objects of the present invention will be apparent
mediately ahead of the notch 37 is a small catch member
from a consideration of the following detailed descrip
tion when read in conjunction with the attached sheets 45 38. A pin 39 limits the upward extent of travel of the
pivoted member 38, but the amount of movement pro
of drawings in which
vided is su?icient to permit the insertion and removal
FIG. 1 is a side elevation of the boom assembly to
of the boom from the base member when the base mem
ber is rigidly attached to the foredeck of a boat as for
gether with a means for detachably securing the boom
to the fore deck of a boat;
FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the rear portions of 50 example by bolt members 40 shown in FIG. 1.
In operation, therefore, the supporting base member‘
the boom proper;
shown in ‘FIG. 3 is rigidly attached to the fore deck of a
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of that portion of the
boat and the boom proper is then maneuvered to position
the lugs 23 and 24 within slots 36 and 37. The latch mem
assembly which is permanently attached ‘to the boat; and
FIG. 4 is a top plan view of the boom and the attach
ber 33 is pivoted upwardly during this procedure to allow
ing member.
In general, the objects of the present invention are
achieved by providing an elongated boom structure which
is substantially channel shaped in cross section with the
outboard ends of the upstanding channel walls diverging
from each other and the corresponding web portion being 60
cut away to provide a housing for a roller member of
particular con?guration. The portion of the assembly
which is rigidly attached to the boat and which serves
as the detachable locking means for securing the boom
to the boat is also a channel shaped member of slightly
larger cross-sectional dimensions than is the boom proper.
Referring now to the drawings for a detailed descrip
tion of the present invention, the anchor boom is indi
cated generally by the reference numeral 10. The rear
portion of the boom as shown in detail in FIG. 2 is sub
stantially channel-shaped in cross section including up
standing wall portions 11 and 12 and a connecting web
the lugs 23 and 24 to penetrate the full depth of slots 36
and 37. With the parts in this position, the lugs 21 and 22
can be lowered over the end of the base member. The
boom is then slid rearwardly until the lugs 21 and 22 abut
the base of the slots 34 and 35. The latch member 38 is
then moved to the position as shown in FIGS. 1 and 3,
and will prevent removal of the boom from the base until
the latch member is pivoted out of the way. Once the
anchor has been fully raised so that the stem lies within
the boom assembly and the ?ukes are abutting the down
wardly extending portion 20 of the boom, the latch may
then ‘move upwardly and the boom slid forwardly to en
able the lugs 21 and 22 to be swung clear of the base mem
ber. The boom and anchor together may then be slid
70 backwardly to free the lugs 23 and 24 from their slots 36
and 37 respectively and the entire assembly stored below
in an appropriate location.
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During raising operations, the particular con?guration
of the roller member 14 becomes important. Usually the
anchor has a ring attached to the upper end of the stem to
form a convenient means for attaching the anchor line.
Furthermore, the ring is generally so arranged with re
spect to the anchor that when the line is taut, the ring lies
in a plane substantially parallel to the anchor ?ukes when
they ‘are pivoted against the stem. As the ring engages the
roller 14 therefor, the anchor line tension urges the ring
into .full engagement with the large diameter portions of
the roller, 16 and 17. This insures that the anchor stem
is guided over the small diameter center portion 15 and
held in that position by the tapering surfaces 18 and 19.
4
embodiment has been herein shown and described, appli
cant claims the bene?t of a full range of equivalents within
the scope of the appended claims.
I claim:
1. An anchor boom for detachable mounting on the
deck of a boat comprising in combination: an elongated
boom structure of substantially channel shaped cross sec~
tion; four outwardly projecting longitudinally spaced lugs,
two mounted on each side of the rear portion of said
boom; a channel member ‘of larger cross-section than said
boom for rigid attachment to the deck of a "boat in order
to receive and support said boom therein, said channel in
cluding oppositely facing notches in the channel member
The stem upon further upward movement slides into the
at the front and rear of said member adjacent the web, the
rear channel section of the boom until the ?ukes ‘abut the 15 longitudinal distance ‘between the base of said notches
downwardly turned portion 20 of the boom. This same
being slightly less than the longitudinal spacing of said
roller con?guration is also helpful in preventing the line
from walking up over the side walls of the boom during
either anchor lowering or raising operations.
Pivotally mounted to the side Walls of the boom ‘at the
outboard end thereof is a safety ring 40 which serves a
double purpose. First of all, if the anchor boom is acci
dentally dropped overboard, it can be retrieved because
the ring will retain it on the anchor line. Secondly, is
the event that the operator fails to shut off the winch when 25
lugs; and movable locking means for preventing removal
of said boom from ‘said channel members.
2. The combination de?ned by claim 1 in which said
locking means comprises an arm pivoted to a channel wall
of said member at a point immediately forward of said
rear-most notch.
References Citetl in the tile of this patent
UNITED STATES PATENTS
the anchor is fully raised, the ring 40‘ positively prevents
the anchor from ?ying up over the end of the boom and
damaging the windshield or other parts of the boat.
From the foregoing, it will be apparent to those skilled
in the art that there is herein shown and described a new
and useful anchor handling apparatus. While a preferred
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Cretella _____________ .. June 12,
Hallead ______________ __ June 28,
Puretic ______________ __ Oct. 29,
Frank ________________ __ June 3,
Good _______________ __ Aug. 18,
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