Weight: 970 kg - 17,250 kg
The AC-14 anchor is a stockless High Holding Power anchor. High Holding Power means you can reduce 25% of the weight that would normally be required for conventional anchors. It is a ...
Weight: 56 kg - 100,000 kg
The AC-14 anchor is a High Holding Power anchor. Its design provides excellent weight to performance ratios. The benefit of the AC-14 High Holding Power anchor is its 25% weight reduction ...
Weight: 0.2 t - 30 t
... control a drifting vessel. Fountom offers wide range of marine anchors at the lowest prices. From fluke to plow to claw to new generation anchors and mooring anchors, ...
Weight: 50 kg - 29,000 kg
... allows to optimize the mooring lines according to the type of selected buoy and the site conditions. We offer this FREE software of calculation and comparator of mooring which is an precious assistant ...
Weight: 180 kg - 11,100 kg
All our anchors, anchor chains and accessories are brand new delivered with appropriate certificates needed depending on the vessels registry D. KORONAKIS S.A. supplies anchors, ...
Weight: 136 kg - 18,141 kg
We stock a diverse range of marine mooring hardware including: anchors, chains and fittings, hooks, ropes and swivels. All of our mooring stock is available new, used and reconditioned. ...
Weight: 100 lb - 100,000 lb
The “hook” head forces the flukes to dig in quickly, and the large fluke design provides tremendous holding power in sand or mud bottoms. Adjuster blocks available to alter fluke angle.
Weight: 50 kg - 3,445 kg
Strong, reliable, high-quality, anchors with precise dimensions and hot dip galvanizing for corrosion protection.
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How to choose this product
A ships anchor is a heavy device of iron or steel attached to the ship by a line, a cable or chain and used to hold the ship fast to the seabed.
Normally, a ship carries two bow anchors, port and starboard. Some types of vessel also carry a stern anchor.
When the anchor is dropped, it uses two or more flukes, or hooks to dig into the seabed. This immobilizes the ship, preventing it from drifting with the current and wind. Among the many different anchor types are the Hall, AC-14, Spek, Byers and Danforth. While their forms differ, the basic parts remain ring, shank, crown, arms, flukes, palms and bills.
How to choose
It is important to choose an anchor whose form and weight are suitable for the ship's displacement and for the types of seabed commonly encountered.
- Immobilization of the vessel
- Minimal maintenance
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