Title:
ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG FOR BOATS
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A combined holder-bag for small boats, to storage and holds the anchor, rope and others light items like trash that could fly away with the wind causing water pollution. The invention particularly provides a holder-bag in a safe and convenient place at the boat's bow rail or the boat's bow it self in a horizontal V shaped position, with very little wind resistance, made of mesh material at the bottom for ventilation and drainage and the larger top cover (for water and other elements protection) keeping storage items dry and ventilated, free of mildew and humidity. It has two side zippers closing toward the front, ending where there is an overlap small top cover with Velcro fastener for ease opening and closing access and next to the boat's anchor cleat. In between the two-bottom mesh layers have a half-inch “dry fast” cushioning foam to minimize rattle noise. Internally have two anchor securing systems to hold and keep it in place tightly, one to wrap the anchor shank, ring and chain and the second one to cover the whole anchor. Two other rectangular wrappers with Velcro fastener are provided to hold in place items like tackle boxes. It also provide an anchor saver strap to tie down the anchor's rope-end, having a sound alarm at the middle, to save the anchor, chain and rope in case of being thrown overboard without properly tight it down at the boat's anchor cleat. The holder-bag it is conformed to the curved boat's bow or rail shape, have a very slick construction and it is ease to install by cord or tie wrap to the bow rail or to the boat's bow it self. Once installed, provide a shady space cover down to the boat's floor, to store items like the icebox, protecting from the sun's heat or other elements, avoiding things flying away with the wind when sailing causing water pollution, also having a trash pocket stitched.



Inventors:
Crespo Sr., Tomas (Miami-Dade, FL, US)
Application Number:
12/019684
Publication Date:
07/30/2009
Filing Date:
01/25/2008
Primary Class:
International Classes:
B63B17/00
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Primary Examiner:
OLSON, LARS A
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
TOMAS CRESPO SR. (MIAMI-DADE, FL, US)
Claims:
What is claimed as new is as follows:

1. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG for storing a small boat's anchor, rope and tackle boxes, mounted on the boat's bow rail or at the boat's bow it self, comprising in combination: The four exterior panels making a four sides shaped bag, having the smaller and thinner side at the front boat's bow, the right and left curved sides to fit the shape of the boat's bow rail or the boat's bow it self and the wider and higher side at the rear.

2. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 comprising at the exterior of: A. The horizontal V shaped side view, which starting at zero inches at front of the boat's bow is increasing to the higher and wider rear side, providing the anchor and rope storage space. B. The three falling down sides of the exterior are keeping any water running out and minimizing the wind resistance when sailing.

3. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 comprising at the exterior of: A. The small overlap top cover panel 4 which attach over the large top cover panel 3 by Velcro fastener loop and hook providing an easy, quick and convenient opening and closing access to the storage area. B. The position of the small overlap on the panel 4, overlapping the panel 3 avoiding wind resistance and the wind keeping opening the attachment when sailing. C. The position of the small overlap panel 4, opening according to the boat anchor's cleat, being next each other to a quick and easy maneuver of the anchor, chain and rope.

4. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 comprising at the exterior of: A. The large top cover panel 3 and panel 1 are attached by two zippers at both right and left curved sides, providing the opening and closing access to the interior storage area. B. The way the zippers are stitched, opening toward the rear increasing the size of the opening to get access to the storage area and closing toward the very tight and secure narrow side at front. C. The end of the zippers closing area, at front, the closest point to the boat's anchor cleats at either curved side, and allowing space to the anchor's rope to come out to be left tie down to the boat's anchor cleat while the anchor, chain and remaining rope are storage at the interior of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG.

5. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 further comprising at the exterior of: A. The overlap top cover panel 4 having an underneath matching in size reinforcement part 5. B. The underneath matching in size reinforcement part 5 it have at the bottom side, a strap with a D-ring stitched at center avoiding any unpleasant exterior stitching on top of the small overlap panel 4.

6. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 further comprising at the exterior of: A. The rear wider side of the large top cover panel 3 it is stitched to the curved side of rear elevation panel 6, forming one piece. B. The panel 3 and panel 6 finally are stitched together to panels 1 and panel 2 from the zipper end in one of the curved side, through the wider rear end up to the zipper end at the opposite side, making the crown space or high elevation for the Anchor and Rope storage space.

7. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 further comprising at the exterior of: A. A bottom mesh panel 1 made of marine quality mesh material, strong enough to hold the weight of the anchor, chain, rope and other items safely. B. The intermediate mesh panel 2 matching in size and shape with panel 1 made of marine quality mesh material it is a double reinforcement, strong enough to hold the weight of the anchor, chain, rope and other items safely. C. The panel 1 and panel 2 have being cut in different manner: Panel 1, across-the roll and panel 2, along the roll, to minimize the stretching down due to prolonged holding heavy weight of storage items. D. The combination of panel 3, panel 4 and panel 6 being made of any waterproof marine material to protect from water and other elements, keeping dry the storage items from the top and at the bottom, having panel 1 and panel 2 made of mesh material providing ventilation to internal storage items avoiding holding water or humidity, which create rust and mildew.

8. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 further comprising at the exterior of: A. The difference in size and shape of the large cover top panel 3 and panel 4 compared with the bottom panel 1 and the intermediate mesh panel 2. While the bottom mesh panel 1 and the intermediate mesh panel 2 have exactly the same size and shape, the large top cover panel 3, attached to the small overlapping top cover panel 4 is having the same length from the front to the rear but it is wider at both right and left curved sides, one inch wider at front and four inches wider at rear. This difference is necessary to fit the length of the curved side of the rear elevation cover panel 6 where it is going to be stitched with panel 3 at the rear wider side. This difference is needed to make the storage space inside the Anchor and Rope Holder-Bag. B. The combination of the curved side of the rear elevation panel 6, with the falling angle line of panel 3 and panel 4 toward the front, keep running out any falling waters on the exterior cover, protecting and keeping dry the interior storage items.

9. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 further comprising at the exterior of: A. The Bottom mesh cover panel 1 has three straps stitched at the exterior bottom side splitting the space in three sections of the same length to support the weight. B. Each strap is ending at both sides with a stitched loop holding a D-ring. C. These straps and D-rings do not stand out of the bottom panel 1. D. Having two grummets at front installed through panel 1, panel 2, part 5 and panel 4 to facilitate the installation of the Anchor and Rope Holder-Bag attaching to the boat's bow rails or the boat's bow it self by cord or tie wrap. E. A peripheral finishing vinyl binding, attaching together panels 1-6.

10. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 7 further comprising at the interior of: A. A half-inch “dry fast” cushioning foam in between the bottom mesh panel 1 and the intermediate mesh panel 2 it is placed where the anchor it will be positioned and hold. This will minimize rattle noise coming from moving metal parts from the anchor, ring and chain. B. Both, panels 1 and panel 2 will hold in place the “dry fast” cushioning foam by being stitched together around the perimeter of the V shaped foam. The “dry fast” foam will not hold any water or humidity, permitting ventilation. C. An option instead of the half-inch “dry fast” cushioning foam could be a board made of plywood or plastic to hold heavier items.

11. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 7 further comprising at the interior of: A. Stitched to the intermediate mesh panel 2 at the narrow front, on center, a wrapper it is provided to wrap and hold down safely the anchor's shank, ring and chain. B. The wrapper consist of a rectangular piece made of marine quality material of brilliant or contrasting color like red with Velcro fastener hook and loop, loop to be stitched on top and the hook stitched on the bottom at the opposite side to wrap the anchor shank, ring and chain. This securing system, protect from the hazard of having a heavy piece of metal moving around loose on board when sailing or in case that the large cover panel 3 and the overlap cover panel 4 have being mistakenly left detached and unzipped. Second, it will avoid rattle noise from storage moving items. And third, protecting the top cover panel 3, from rubbing, wears and tears. This Anchor shank, ring and chain wrapper is a first way to securely hold down the anchor, ring and chain.

12. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 7 further comprising at the interior of: two other similar rectangular wrapper are provided, positioned at the rear side to wrap tackle boxes, and are stitched to the intermediate mesh panel 2 before final assembling.

13. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 7 further comprising at the interior of: A. A second safety anchor holder, to securely cover and keep in place the whole anchor, ring and chain, made of marine quality material of triangular shape. B. This safety anchor holder is stitched to the intermediate mesh panel 2 at the wider-rear side. C. The safety anchor holder have at the opposite narrow front side a reinforcement stitched, made of marine quality material of brilliant or contrasting color like red. D. The safety anchor holder has a resilient cord stitched in between the holder and the reinforcement at the opposite narrow front side. E. The safety anchor holder has a resilient cord stitched at the opposite narrow front side holding a snap hook, which will attach to the D-ring stitched to part 5. The resilient cord it will keep the cover tight over the whole anchor, ring and chain, keeping down securely these items, protecting from the hazard of having a heavy piece of metal moving around loose on board when sailing or in the change the large cover top panel 3 and the overlap cover top panel 4 have being mistakenly left detached and unzipped.

14. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 7 further comprising at the interior of: A. The anchor saver double strap to tie down the anchor's rope end. B. The anchor saver double strap it is stitched to the Intermediate mesh cover panel 2 over the front bottom straps of panel 1 at the end of assembling. C. The anchor saver double strap, at the middle, have a sound alarm consisting of the double strap surrounding securely a squeezable rubber air ball with a whistle device and at the opposite end it is having a loop to tie the end of the anchor's rope. If the anchor is thrown overboard to deep water and it is not tie down to the boat's anchor cleat, then it will be pulling the anchor saver double strap, squeezing the rubber air ball and making a loud sound, giving the change to save the anchor, chain and rope and tie it properly. D. The anchor saver double strap have across, at center, a second strap surrounding and holding the squeezable air ball with the whistle alarm and allowing space to the mounting or replacing of the ball.

15. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described, once installed at the boat's bow rail or the boat's bow itself provide a shady space between the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG and the boat's floor, excellent to store the icebox or other items, protecting them from the heat of the sun and avoiding things flying away with the wind when sailing.

16. The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as described in claim 1 and 15 further comprising at the exterior of: A. Having a separating zipper part 52A stitched next to the bottom strap at the rear end of panel 1. Any other attaching system could be suitable too, like grummets, straps, Velcro fastener or snaps fasteners. B. The holder-bag separating zipper part 52A will sustain the shady area cover panel 51 attached by the separating zipper 52B stitched to the wider upper side. C. The shady area cover panel 51 it is made of the same matching material, having a wider upper side, the two boat's wall V shaped sides and the narrower, floor sand pocket side. D. The shady area cover panel 51 has a sand pocket at the bottom floor side, consisting of a double layer of the same matching material, wide enough to allow space in between having one side sealed by stitching and the opposite side having an opening with Velcro fastener loop and hook to seal the pocket after have being filled with something heavy, like sand by the end user to keep it down to the floor avoiding being flapping around with the wind and the stored items flying away when sailing causing water pollution. E. The shady area cover panel has two grummets installed near the bottom side corners to add securing attachment to the wall's sides if needed. F. The shady area cover panel is having a trash pocket or bag stitched to it with a closure system using Velcro fastener loop and hook to collect any light trash on board to avoid them flying away causing water pollution.

17. A method of combining all exterior panels 1-6 and 51 of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as shown and described.

18. A method of assembling and stitching all exterior and interior parts of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as shown and described.

19. A method of use for the utility ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG permanently attached to the boat's bow rail or boat's bow it self as shown and described.

20. The exterior and the interior design of every panel and parts of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG as shown and described.

Description:

BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

Must of the larger vessels usually carry the anchor, chain and rope in a compartment at the bow, connected to a winch system that through it to or pull it from the water. But smaller boats lack of them, hence have being developed many types of bags and devices through the years. Some of them providing tie down attachments to the boat but square or rectangular bags that occupy space at the boat's walking or fishing area with ugly design, and wind resistance, others as a loose stools, buckets, small valise, parachute or boxes of different shapes, with part of the anchor still exposed, being a hazard aboard by striking or hitting the walls or floor, getting wet on raining days or when washing the boat, some of them keeping humidity, providing little or none ventilation, resulting in mildew and rust, with the uncomfortable rattle noise when sailing, made with no reinforcement, resulting in wears and tears due to the heavy load, with access problems, and far from the boat's bow anchor cleat and loose on board. Another boater's problem is the fact that with the wind, things fly away to the water, causing a lost and water pollution. Consulted patents: U.S. Pat. Nos. 7,143,717; 6,055,923; 5,967,077; 5,419,275; 5,394,818; 4,926,780 and 3,977,488.

Being an upholsterer and marine canvas maker for 40 years, I've being making and seeing in smaller boats many types of covers, bags, apparatus and devices to store different gear and equipments. After I bought a brand new 19′ 6″ boat in 1993, zoom I realized of the problem of having loose on deck, the anchor, chain and rope, and that, more than an inconvenience it was a hazard as tripping, but in a high ocean wave, loosen objects could be turn as projectiles causing serious injures. Consequently, I saw the need of a reinforced bag to hold the anchor, chain and rope in a convenient place: at the boat's bow rails, or boat's bow itself, separate from the floor, hanging on the air, well ventilated, of nicely design, keeping the rain or any water at the exterior running out, with very little wind resistance when sailing, and next to the bow anchor's cleat. So, 2 years later I came up with this brilliant idea, making the first one, being useful for 12 years, till last year when I star making a second one.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

Accordingly, it is a primary object of the invention to provide that secured and pleasant place with the convenience to users of having it handy, quick and easy to handling with zippers, Velcro fastener and snap hooks.

The invention particularly further provides a very tight and secure, internal holders and wrappers to minimize rattle noise, wears and tears from moving metal parts, as anchor, ring and chain and made in such a way, for easy and quick maneuvers.

A further object of the invention is to provide a well-fit holder-bag that conforms to the shape of the boat's bow rail or to the boat's bow itself.

It is another object of the invention of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG to provide a very well design horizontal V shape to keep any water running out at the exterior and at the same time avoiding wind resistance when sailing.

A further object of the invention of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG is to provide an internal anchor saver double strap with a sound alarm to tie down the anchor's rope end permanently to prevent the lost of the anchor in case it is thrown overboard without tie it down to the boat's bow anchor cleat, permitting the chance to save it and tie it properly.

The ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG is further providing two wrappers to hold down tackle boxes or other items.

Furthermore, making the access to the anchor, chain and rope quick and easy at inches of the boat's bow anchor cleat.

To take advantage of the shady area underneath, the holder-bag it also have a shady area cover panel at rear, attached by a detachable zipper or any other attaching suitable system, hanging from the bottom rear end to the boat's floor, consisting of a piece made of the same matching material, having a wider upper side, the two boat's wall shaped sides and the narrower sand pocket floor side to keep it down, avoiding flapping around with the wing and flying away the stored items when sailing causing water pollution.

Another object of this detachable shady area panel is to provide a small trash bag sewn to the exterior side with Velcro fastener locking. This trash bag will be useful to the users to keep in one secure place all light trash, avoiding them to fly away to the water with the wind, causing water pollution.

In accordance with this invention, the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG may be made from various materials known in the art, including the following: Two ply lamination of vinyl with an inner reinforced core fabric woven from high strength polyester, resisting to cold crack, tear, weather, water, mildew, rot and ultraviolet rays or any other waterproof acrylic marine fabric with the same qualities.

These, together with other objects and advantages which will become subsequently apparent reside in the details of construction and operation as more fully hereinafter described and claimed, reference being had to the accompanying drawings forming a part hereof, wherein like numerals refer to like parts throughout.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a side elevation view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG

FIG. 2 is top plan view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG

FIG. 3 is a view of the panel 6 position of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG.

FIG. 3A is a rear elevation view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG.

FIG. 4 is an underneath view of the Bottom mesh cover panel 1 with the three straps and D-rings, of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG

FIG. 5 is a section view of the Intermediate mesh cover panel 2.

FIG. 6 is another section view of the Intermediate mesh cover panel 2.

FIG. 7 is top plan view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG boat's installation.

FIG. 8 is a top plan view of the wrapper.

FIG. 9 is side view of the anchor saver double strap with a sound alarm to tie down the anchor's rope end.

FIG. 10 is a top plan view of the anchor saver double strap with a sound alarm to tie down the anchor's rope end.

FIG. 11 is an elevation view of the shady area cover panel 51 attach to panel 1.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

In the following detailed description, references are made to the accompanying drawings FIGS. 1-11.

Referring to the drawings, the FIG. 1 illustrate the slick side view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG embodiment starting with zero inches at front and growing higher toward the rear end providing the storage space. It shows the large top cover panel 3 attach to the small overlap top cover panel 4 by Velcro fastener hook 19 and loop 20 also shown at FIG. 2. It shows the stitched zipper at the right curved side of bottom panels 1 and 2 with zipper part 18A and on Panel 3 the zipper part 18B. It is shown the zipper slider 27. At the opposite left curved side have a matching zipper 17A and 17B making the opening wider toward the rear end of the holder-bag as can be seeing at FIG. 5.

FIG. 2 illustrates the top view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG embodiment, starting at front narrow side and getting wider toward the rear end, providing the storage space. It shows the larger top cover panel 3 attach to the small overlap top cover panel 4 by Velcro fastener hook 19 which it is stitched to the panel 3 on the exterior side and loop 20, which it is stitched to the panel 4 on the interior side. This, combined with the stitched zippers 17A-B and 18A-B at both curved sides of panel 2 at the bottom and Panel 3 at the top, it is providing an opening and closing access to the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG storage area, wider toward the rear of the holder-bag using the zipper slider 27 as illustrate in FIGS. 1 and 5. Viewing from the top, both zippers are covered by panel 3, keeping rain or any water running out and avoiding water intrusion. FIG. 2 also shows the two grummets 34 and 35 placed through panel 4, the internal matching reinforcement part 5 (not shown), the panel 2 and finally panel 1 for boat's installation together with D-rings 11-16 illustrate in FIG. 4. FIG. 2 also show the finishing peripheral binding 25, assembling panels 1-6.

FIG. 3A is showing the rear elevation view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG and FIG. 3 shows the panel 6 curved side which it will be stitched to the wider, straight rear side of panel 3. The panel 3, with the attached panel 4, has the same length than the panel 1 and panel 2 from front to rear, but at the right and left curved sides it is one inch wider at front and four inches wider at rear. When stitched to the curved side of the rear elevation panel 6, it matches perfectly to the four sides of the bottom panel 1 and panel 2, allowing the storage space.

FIG. 4 illustrate the panel 1 with the initial assembling process where three straps 7-9, forming a loop with a D-ring at each end 11-16 are stitched to the exterior side of the bottom mesh cover panel 1, not standing out. This is the flat bottom panel of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG and it is made of a marine quality mesh material. Also it shows with dashed lines the half-inch Dry-Fast cushioning foam 10 which will be placed in between panel 1 and the matching in size reinforcement layer, panel 2 to minimize rattle noise coming from moving metal parts from the anchor, ring and chain. An option instead of the half-inch “dry fast” cushioning foam could be a board made of plywood or plastic to hold heavier items.

FIG. 5 shows the intermediate mesh cover panel 2 on which it is stitched the small overlap top cover panel 4 with grummets 34 and 35. The panel 4, have an underneath or internal reinforcement, part 5. This part 5 have a strap 36 holding a D-ring 21 stitched at the bottom center, here, it will be attached the safety anchor holder 30 by the snap hook 31. The anchor holder 30 is stitched to Panel 2 on the wider rear side and at the opposite end have a reinforcement 32 stitched, made of marine quality material but of brilliant or contrasting color like red, holding a resilient cord 33 and a snap hook 31 which will snap to the D-ring 21 to securely hold down tightly the anchor in place. FIG. 5 also shows the anchor shank, ring and chain wrapper-holder 22 and the Tackle boxes wrappers 23, 24 stitched to panel 2 at proper places. These wrappers 22-24 are shown with more details on FIG. 8 with Velcro loop and hook. Additionally it is shown the two curved side zippers parts 17A and 18A sewn to panel 2, the other two zipper parts 17B and 18B are sewn to panel 3 as shown in FIG. 1. Once all this parts have being stitched to panel 2, then panel 1 and panel 2 are stitched together having in between the cushioning foam 10 shown by dashed lines and kept in place by perimeter stitching. Then, panel 3 stitched to panel 6 is sewn to panels 1 &2 forming the storage bag FIGS. 1 & 2. It is also illustrated the anchor saver double strap 26 with the middle alarm, stitched on one end 47 to the intermediate mesh cover panel 2 on top of the front bottom straps 9 of panel 1 at the end of assembling. This Anchor saver double strap it is explained in details in FIGS. 9,10.

FIG. 6 is a cross section showing the anchor 40 placed in the holder-bag with the anchor shank 43, ring 44 and chain 45 (not shown) wrapped with the WRAPPER-HOLDER 22. Also illustrate part of the anchor rope 37, and the end of the rope tie to the anchor saver double strap 26 with the alarm at the middle, also explained and shown in FIGS. 5, 9,10. On top of the anchor holder 30, explained in FIG. 5, the remaining rope will be coil (not shown) to finally be cover by the large top cover panel 3 attached to the small overlap top cover panel 4 and zippered.

FIG. 7 illustrates the top plan view of the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG, installed to a boat's bow rail 42 by tying cord or tie wrap 41. An alternative installation is at boat's bow 38 it self by the use of eye straps (not shown). As can be seeing, the right and left boat's anchor cleats 39 are next to the ANCHOR AND ROPE HOLDER-BAG opening access 19,20 for a quick and easy tying and throwing anchor's maneuver. Another benefit of once installed Anchor and Rope Holder-Bag is that provide a shady space down to the boat's floor, excellent to hide items like the icebox, protecting them from the heat of the sun and avoiding things flying away with the wind when sailing causing water pollution.

FIG. 8 is illustrative of the wrappers 22-24 made of a rectangular piece of marine quality material with three piece of Velcro hook 28 stitched to one side and at the opposite side but underneath, the three pieces of Velcro loop 29 (shown with dashed lines). One of the wrapper-holder 22 it is made of brilliant color as red to wrap the anchor shank, ring and chain, to hold it down securely and the other two 23 and 24 will wrap tackle boxes or any item as it is illustrate in FIGS. 5 and 6.

FIG. 9 Illustrate the anchor saver double strap 26 side view, having an stitching side 47 which will be sewn to the intermediate mesh panel 2 on top of panel 1 bottom straps 9 finding a strong attachment. The anchor saver double strap 26 have stitched at the middle, a second crossing strap 46, surrounding securely a squeezable rubber or plastic air ball 50 with a whistle device 49 which can be mounted in its place through the space available between the holding crossing straps. The anchor saver double strap 26 them it is ending with a loop 48 to tie the end of the anchor's rope 37 FIG. 6. If the anchor it is thrown to deep water and it is not tie down to the boat's anchor cleat, it will be pulling or stretching the rope 37 and the anchor saver double strap 26, squeezing the ball 50 making a loud alarm sound and giving the change to save the anchor, chain and rope and tie it properly.

FIG. 10 Illustrate the anchor saver double strap 26 top plan view showing the stitching side 47, the squeezable rubber or plastic air ball 50 with the surrounding crossing strap 46 securely stitched to the double strap 26 and at the opposite end having a loop 48 to tie down the anchor's rope as explained in FIGS. 6 and 9.

FIG. 11 It is an elevation view of the shady area cover panel 51, taking advantage of the shady area underneath the holder-bag and the boat's floor, consisting of a hanging four sides panel made of the same material, having at the wider upper side any attaching suitable system like a separating zipper 52B, while the separating zipper part 52A is stitched next to the bottom strap 7 at the rear of panel 1 as shown in FIG. 4. It also has the two boats' wall shaped sides and the narrower sand pocket floor side 53 to keep it down. The sand pocket 53 at the bottom floor side, consist of a double layer of the same matching material, wide enough to allow space in between, having one side sealed 54 by stitching and the opposite side 55 having an opening with Velcro fastener loop and hook to seal the pocket after have being filled with something heavy, like sand by the end user to keep it down to the floor, avoiding being flapping around with the wind and the stored items flying away when sailing causing water pollution. It has two grummets installed near the bottom side corners 56,57 to add securing attachment to the wall's sides if needed. It is also illustrated in FIG. 11 the exterior side of the shady area cover panel 51 having at the middle, a trash bag or pocket 58, consisting of a piece of the same material having at the upper side Velcro fastener loop 59A stitched and the matching in size Velcro hook 59B sewn to the panel 51, then the pocket it is stitched on the remaining two sides and bottom. The Velcro fasteners 59A and 59B will provide an opening and closing system holding securely any light trash internally, avoiding them flying away causing water pollution.

Departing from the spirit of the invention it is understood that the form of the invention shown could take various changes and modifications to fit to the boat's size.