On Saturday I was at your booth at the Boat Show to compliment the performance of your still Rocna. With my husband we sailed in the Mediterranean in the summer and we are really very happy with this anchor: since we adopted a few years ago, we no longer had to redo a berth!
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We were highly satisfied with the performance of the 20 kg / 44 Lbs Rocna Anchor on our Back Cove 37. Fit launch and retrieval were flawless with no modifications to the stock windlass, platform, or roller. The boat LOD is 38 ft; displacement 21,000 lbs.
We have been impressed with the ease of launching that the curved shank facilitates, previously we used a Rocna which always needed encouragement to leave the vessel.
“Since fitting a Rocna Fisherman to my boat I'm consistently catching more fish due to its fast grab characteristic which lets me anchor right in the zone every time and keeps me there.”
I just wrapped up a two year sabbatical with my family on board our Leopard 45 catamaran with a 33kg Rocna. We are some of your biggest fans and rave about your product every chance we get.
Tired of "sleepless nights on the pick doing the 'slow crawl' with other anchors", Graham decided his yacht's existing ground tackle set-up of a 30 lb Manson plough, Danforth, and folding grapnel was inadequate, and went looking for a better solution.
Colin Speedie lives in the UK, carrying out marine wildlife research work for The Wildlife Trusts (you can visit their website at www.wildlifetrusts.org) on his yacht Forever Changes.
Leaving their jobs behind them, Dave and Patricia left the US in early November 2005 after spending several months cruising the East Coast on their new yacht Whisper.
Looking to upgrade his anchoring equipment, Len S. found Rocna Anchors after talking to friends who were existing owners. One particular aquaintance was so enthusiastic about his new anchor, Len decided to invest in a Rocna 30.
Multi-million-dollar charter yacht Regal Flyer was very nearly lost on a lee-shore when the shank on her plough anchor seperated from the blade.
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