self launching and self stowing for easy anchoring
Designed to self-launch and self-stow on the majority of bow-rollers
highest holding power whether your boat is for long range cruising, racing or day sailing
Trusted holding power whether your boat is for long range cruising, racing or day sailing
Rocna anchors are designed – and built – for strength and durability
Designed and built for strength, durability and security
Rocna Strong holding in all seabeds
The best multi-purpose anchor that sets in all ocean floors

Welcome to Rocna Anchors

Rock Solid. Designed by a sailor for fellow boaters

The Rocna Anchor is a true multi-purpose anchor that sets and holds in most seabeds, from soft mud to hard sand, clay, grass, and kelp.

Carefully designed to offer the greatest possible compatibility across a wider range of vessel bow configurations.

The heavy-duty construction on the Rocna anchor is attained through clever design and the use of high-quality steel.

A specialist anchor for fishermen and divers who run an increased risk of getting their anchor stuck on an undersea obstacle.

News

The Rocna has been showcased in the newest promotional video by Garcia Yachting! It is exciting to have such a prestigious yacht builder such as Garcia Yachting chose the Rocna Anchor for... read more

Rocna Anchors Awarded to the Winners of the 2016 Ruta de la Sal Offshore Sailboat Race!

The Ruta de la Sal (Salt Route) regatta is held in Spain during Easter Week and is the most popular sea navigation regatta held in the Mediterranean.... read more

Since taking over manufacturing and distribution of Rocna in 2011, CMP has achieved “unprecedented” sales growth! We have now reached the point where per quarter unit sales now exceed what used to take us an entire year to achieve. Even more... read more

Short-Scope Anchoring in Deep Water Using a 73lb Rocna Do you ever wonder how best to anchor when the water is a bit deeper than what you are used to? Do you wonder if you have enough rode to lay out a proper amount of scope? Are you... read more

Explore the Rocna Gallery

Browse a wide selection of custom reviews and photos. Learn from other proud owners of rocna and vulcan anchors and see how they are installing and using our products for the most appropriate results. You can sort by boat name, boat manufacturer, anchor type and more.

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Rocna Knowledge Base

The Rocna Knowledge Base is a collection of information and material relating to anchors, accessories, and using them. You can either search the knowledge base, or you can browse articles organized into popular categories. – made available to you by Rocna Anchors and partners.

 

 

Rock Solid Anchors

Rocna was designed by Peter Smith - an experienced sailor who has been building, racing, and cruising sailing yachts since the early 1960's. The Rocna is an SHHP (Super High Holding Power) type anchor. During seabed testing for classification, Rocna anchors exhibited the highest holding power of any anchor that classification society RINA had ever certified.

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Testimonials

Find out what our clients from around the world are saying about our products and services. See all

The anchor is directly connected by a 12mm shackle to 65 metres of 10mm short link grade L chain which is in turn connected by splice to 40 metres of nylon rode.  The vessel has an LOA of 12.98m and a mass of 9 metric tons.

August, 2016

"Just bought a Rocna 15 for my Starlight 35 this season. Required a modification to the existing roller to make it fit which I have just installed.  The Starlight 35 and Starlight 39 have identical alloy bow roller fittings, so the same solution should work for both." - Simon

May, 2016

We purchased the 33kg Rocna (as you suggested) and have just returned from a two month long shake down cruise locally, prior to heading offshore in May. We had 60knts in the bay of islands prior to Easter & our anchor did not budge!

April, 2016

I would personally like to thank you for making a product that saved our boat today.  My husband and I live on our Sabre 34 Targa and have taken from Lake Michigan on a journey to the Caribbean which we are still en route to.

April, 2016