The Mystic Whaler Bracelet, a Whale Tail signature Burgundy and black 22

Size Guide
Anchor Whale and Shackle Bracelet Size Guide


Small

6" Wrist : mostly teens and fine framed women

Medium

7" Wrist: mostly women and teens

Large

8" Wrist:  mostly men and rugged framed folks

 

If you'd like a custom size, just leave a message at checkout with your preferred size.

Our friends on the Mystic Whaler inspired us to create this signature design. 

The Mystic Whaler sails all over Southern New England during the warm seasons. Personally I've seen her in Newport, New London, and here in Mystic.  So many times, I see her silhouetted against the sunset.

The whale Tail is cut from a solid piece of marine grade stainless steel, representing a modern take on the nautical tradition, and it's tied with colors to match the Mystic Whaler herself.

  • Stainless Steel Whale Tail (marine grade)
  • Burgundy Abrasion and Weather Resistant Polyester Rope
  • Black Waxed Whip Closure
  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Custom (sizing guide above)

The Mystic Whaler is sparred to 110 feet long with a waterline of 83 feet.  While she has the Coast Guard required diesel engine, she sports 3,000 square feet of sail to drive the ship as you explore our waters.

To learn more and hopefully join them, visit them online or their home port in The Whaling City of New London

Snags, grabs, and scratches...those are complaints we heard about anchor bracelets, and why we hesitated to make them.  So, we carefully designed these anchors with a curve to rest on your wrist and not catch on everything or everyone that dares touch them.

We are liveaboard sailors and everything we make in our shop could be made aboard as we travel.  Real sailors making for other sailors, this is your chance to join in the New England tradition as it enters the fourth generation.


Mystic Knotwork's nautical tradition dates back into the early 1900s but traditions change this anchor bracelet represents a tradition started 15 years ago when the preppy movement took a turn. We been resistant to join this tradition but after 15 years of seeing it slowly lose its roots in the nautical traditions, we decided to take a step back and visit this design. We redesigned the anchor so that has a nice bend to it to blends in with your wrist while the same time prevents snagging your clothing our any sheets or gear you are working on the boat. The design itself can be carved out of a halyard snap shackle so it still holds the tradition of Mystic Knotwork having everything we make able to be made while traveling on the boat itself.

Christa gets it credit for inspiring this bracelet (and it's partner anchor bracelet). She is the fourth generation knot tyer in the family. She want something a little fancier. Metal and fiber, the anchor bracelet is designed for the nautical environment. We wanted to introduce these online last summer, but they sold so quickly in our public workshop in Downtown Mystic, Connecticut, we couldn't support selling them to you until now.

Solid stainless, there is no plating to separate and the rope is polyester resistant to damage from sun or salt air. This bracelet will last as long as you want to in fact it looks more interesting after months and years of daily wear. The bracelet is easily removed, but once you feel how comfortable it is, why would you want to?

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