Rocna Anchor


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Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor
  • Rocna Anchor



Recommended, Sailing Today October 2010.

'We have had most types of anchors over the years on our different boats and we've used them too. Hand on heart, this is the best one so far.' TM Sailing Today, October 2010.

Rocna anchors are raising the bar of boat-owners' expectations of anchor performance. Recent independent tests by publications such as Cruising World, Practical Sailor, and SAIL show that new-generation type anchors consistently outperform more traditional designs. Picks, claws, and ploughs are a thing of the past, and we are proud to present the most refined and effective - yet affordable - new-generation design: Rocna. Through careful design, the Rocna does not waste energy with extra lead or cast iron weights, meaning weight is more efficiently used in structural strength and extra blade area (holding power). On a comparable weight for weight basis, this means greater security for cruisers, or a lighter anchor for weight sensitive craft. On any vessel, one of a skipper's first priorities is his or her anchoring gear.

A Rocna means more enjoyable and safer boating, a less anxious crew, and a good night's sleep. Your Rocna is the bottom line. Rocna range & sizing There's a Rocna anchor to suit just about any vessel. But choosing the one that's right for you is not as easy as it seems.

If you would like to discuss the particulars of your requirement and receive a custom size recommendation, please feel free to contact us .


Oyster 47 "Suilven" being held completely steady in a gust peaking at 58 knots at 74deg 30min N in Dundas Harbour, Devon Island, Arctic Canada, thanks to our new 33 kg Rocna anchor. See Photographs below.

I've also attached a photograph of our track which shows us surviving yet another storm, this time near Illulisat in Greenland where we saw gusts of over 45 knots. It shows where we dropped the anchor and dropped back, and our track during the night in the high winds, and then our track the next morning when the wind had dropped.


Linda Andrews

We endeavour to dispatch most orders within 24 hours. If we are out of stock or have to order an item specially then this could delay your order for up to 6 working days. If we feel that your order may not be dispatched within 6 days we will contact you to advise you of the delay.

For UK Mainland only, the following dispatch methoods apply:-

Items up to 2 Kilograms are normally dispatched by Royal Mail First Class/First Class (Signed For). 

For items over 2 kilograms and up to 30 kilograms we normally use a  48 hour courier  service.

Anything over 30 kilograms will be contracted to the best carrier possible.

Folded charts (eg  Imray A, B, C, E, G, M and Y series) are post-free (please note this does not apply to chart folios or Admiralty commercial charts with just a single fold (SNCs)).

Goods can be sent on a guaranteed next day service for a small fee - please contact us prior to placing your order to confirm this service is available on your item.

UK Islands, Channel Islands, Northern Ireland and Europe: the best and most cost effective carrier available is used.