Vulcan 9 (20 lb) Stainless Steel

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The Vulcan® brings the security and reliability of Rocna® to a wider range of boaters.

Carefully designed to offer the greatest possible compatibility across a wider range of vessel bow configurations. Choose the Vulcan® for a snug fit on the bow of any boat, including those with platforms and bowsprits, for vessels from small runabouts to large yachts and powerboats.

  • Unique shank and fluke geometry combine with an innovative roll-palm™ to self-right the anchor on the seabed
  • The V-bulb™ extends fluke ballast downward to gain maximum leverage and efficiency
  • A larger fluke surface area and higher weight-on-tip than competing designs directly equate to more holding power and security
  • The omission of a roll-bar, along with a carefully designed shank profile, ensures compatibility on bow rollers
  • These anchors self-deploy from the majority of bow rollers, ensuring ease of use
  • High-tensile steel and a unique I+V profile™ shank design provide resistance to bending

View anchor testimonials here.

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Stainless Steel
ANCHOR SIZE: 9 kg (20 lb)

G43 (North America)
(Europe/New Zealand/International)
Grade L
CHAIN SIZE: 1/4″ (6 mm)
TITAN SHACKLE (Part ID: 10321196): 5/16″ High Strength, Forged, Hot Dipped Galvanized Shackle

*Please refer to the chain specification for your specific windlass model.

These are only recommendations. The correct anchor and accessories are dependent on the boating environment & cruising style.

Good for the lifetime of the original purchaser and non-transferable.

In plain English: The lifetime warranty applies only to the original purchaser. This is because the history of the anchor becomes difficult to determine once it is second or third-hand, and it may have been damaged and repaired at some point, so becoming weakened.

Read more details about our Warranty here

Read what other customers have to say about their Rocna or Vulcan anchor on the Testimonials page or visit the Rocna Anchor Gallery to view pictures of anchors on various boats.

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