Anchor Nanny

Gibson owners love their Anchor Holder

Published online: Jun 12, 2011 News
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The Anchor Nanny was first designed to hold Danforth's Fortress style anchors and fit on the railing of Gibson houseboats. The Anchor Nanny has since been redesigned with an adjustable rail clamp, which fits on round and square railings, plus Gibson houseboat railings.

What makes this anchor so unique is there are no holes to drill on most railings, just mounting bolts that include non-vibration lock nuts.

For those wanting to stow your Danforth or Fortress style anchors and line and keep them out of the way when they're not being used, this anchor holder is worthy of a closer look. For more information call 888-574-6173 or visit

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