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DetailsSARCA #2 Galvanized Anchor
SARCA anchors are designed in Australia and manufactured in Australia and New Zealand using top quality mild steel which has been hot-dip galvanized. The patented design is unique and revolutionary, offering superb holding power on a variety of bottom types including mud, sand, gravel and rock, eliminating the need to carry two or more anchors to do the same job!
SARCA's unique design makes it both safer and easier to use. The penetrating ability and holding power of the SARCA has to be experienced to be believed.
Hoop on the rear of the anchor ensures that the SARCA rolls over in most situations, allowing the toe to be in its best possible position to penetrate the ocean floor and reducing dragging as the fluke digs in
No more chain tangled around and between the flukes preventing the anchor from taking hold. SARCA's unique tangle-resistant design improves anchor efficiency and safety
Unique design also creates a pumping action which sinks the anchor deeper. Teamed with the SARCA's 360° pivoting action, this makes the SARCA resistant to wind and tide changes
Incorporates an automatic reset trip release that offers you the highest rate of recovery from rocks. When anchoring in and around bommies, reef or coral the SARCA has less chance of getting stuck and will create less damage to the environment
Light in weight , easy to handle and contains no lead in the design to contaminate the marine environment
Certified as high holding power anchors by the Victorian Marine Board and MSA witnessed by Loylds of London to comply with the USL code; a testament to their efficiency
Easy to use on all bottom types:
Mud or sand
1. Come directly above the SARCA and apply light and stead pressure.
2. The SARCA's special slots allow a break in suction which, couple with a long shank, means the SARCA is easy to free.
Rock or Reef
1. Simply motor directly above and pull all the slack rope. Then release approximately ½ metre of rope and tie off.
2. Motor your boat forward over the anchor. This lifts the rear resulting in a high recovering rate.
3. The moment the anchor releases, the stainless steel D-shackle slides to the front of the anchors' shank and resets.