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Grapnel anchor MK II
for boatstainless steel

grapnel anchor
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Application domain
for boat
stainless steel

Max.: 100 kg (220.5 lb)

Min.: 4 kg (8.8 lb)

Max. boat length

Max.: 30 m (98'05")

Min.: 4 m (13'01")

Max. length

1,548 mm (61 in)

Max. width

792 mm (31 in)


An idealized form of the Rocna design, the Rocna Mk Il is based on the same proven design pattern, but refines every element close to perfection. The Rocna has established the highest performance and consistency of behavior when put to the test both by a worldwide array of boaters and in numerous independent tests. This performance is the result of careful design and engineering by Peter, and it is all completely retained and tuned in the new Rocna Mk II. Peter has again put to work all of his knowledge and experience to develop an improved design that pushes the limits once more. The Rocna Mk II brings substantial upgrades in performance and strength by way of revision and refinement — inheriting and prating the original’s proven performance advantages for an extremely quick and reliable set across a range of seabeds, with rock solid holding power. PRECISION SETTING: the roll-foil™ (A) ensures the anchor always arrives at the ideal angle for penetration, and helps the skids guide the fluke tip which chisels into the seabed for an instant reliable burial. ROCK SOLID HOLDING POWER: A concave fluke (C) gives the greatest resistance. In soft seabeds, this provides the secure holding power you need. On hard or weedy sea floors, the weighted chisel tip (B) cuts through and bites deep. ROLL-FOIL™: Sculpted from the Rocna roll-bar, the patented roll-foil™ (A) providing even surer self-righting for the most dependable set.



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