The bruce style anchor or claw anchor was orginally designed for offshore gas and drilling rigs. The anchor is constructed of high-grade steel cast in a single piece. The bruce anchor sets effortlessly and holds in a variety of sea beds and stows easily on the bow roller of most boats.
The Danforth anchor is probably the most popular amongst boaters. The Danforth is quickly identified by its two long, sharp pivoting flukes and long shank. The Danforth is mostly used by boaters with small to medium sized boats. The anchor isn't very heavy, it's small so it stores away easily. It bites into the seabed within seconds. Constructed of high resistance galvanised steel.
Instant biting into the sea bed
To avoid clogging by pebbles, the
Danforth has no link cage
Thin flukes with sharp edges ensures
quick digging even in the hardest sea beds
High resistance shank, cast in one
piece gives perfect resistance even to a strong lateral pull
Always popular with all boatowners, this traditional style of folding anchor is heavily galvanised, easy to fold and unfold, and suitable for tenders, dinghies, jetski's, RIB's etc. It is an excellent performing anchor with easy stowage.