John D. Farr
Fri, 13 Sep 1996 01:11:29 -0500
Dave Hawes wrote:
> On 12 Sep 96 at 11:12, Steve Bookout wrote:
> > After years of using ropes (lines for you sailors), which were either unsafe
> > or not 'right', I broke down and made an investment that has served me well.
> > About 7 or 8 years ago, I purchased 400 feet of caving/climbing rope. What
> > I got was called "Bluewater II". It is a 12mm (1/2")STATIC type line which
> > has a UV and abrasion resistant, woven outer jacket.
> Could you provide information on a source for this rope? At N3RS we
> need to replace some of the tag lines we use for hoisting buckets,
> tools, small pieces of antennas, etc. It would be sooooo nice to
> have a line which did not spin like crazy as the load is hoisted. I
> presume that this line does not display the twisting feature I refer
> 73 - Dave N3RD
Ed Nicholas, KD4WNJ of Theatrical Lighting Systems
(email@example.com) can supply Blue Water line and all sorts of other
climbing and rescue stuff.