A Para Anchor is designed to provide sufficient power to hold the bow of a vessel head to wind in the worst storm conditions. It should be deployed from the bow of the vessel and greatly reduces the risk of broaching, capsizing or rolling, keeping the boat more comfortable and stable throughout the duration of the heavy weather. Most importantly it allows the vessel to take the storm head on, rather than running with it, which reduces the time spent in discomfort. A must have for any cruising yachtsman or long distance sailor.
Comes packaged in stowage & deployment bags
High density, brightly coloured nylon for high visibility in search and rescue situation
Fitted stainless sinking chain to help with safer deployment
Reinforced in areas of high load
Easy and safe retrieval using the specific retrieval line available
A range of sizes to fit vessels up to 30m
The Southern Ocean 24 requires a 20mm Anchor Line and a Size 2 Retrieval Line.
3 part system - The Para Anchor, The Anchor Line (towing rode) and The Retrieval Line
High density nylon with polyester webbing over sewn to seams
From the apex of the para anchor is a 750 mm length of 8 mm chain
Double braid shroud lines
The Southern Ocean 24 Parachute Anchor will fit:
A Light Displacement Monohull of up to 17m (55.8') LOA
A Heavy Displacement Monohull of up to 16m (52.5') LOA
IMPORTANT: This item is only one part of three which makes up a complete Para Anchor, you can either choose to provide your own rope to make the Anchor Line and Retrieval Line (these two are sold separately).