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Seachoice Cast Iron Mushroom Anchor - 10 Lbs, Vinyl Coated

  • Approximate Boat Length: up to 12 Feet
  • Weight: 10 Lbs
  • Material: Cast Iron with Black Vinyl Coating for Hull Protection
  • Item #: 
    003367CBK010
    Brand: 
    Seachoice
    Model #: 

    41220

    Packaged Weight: 
    10.00 Lbs.
    Our Price:
    $22.99
    003367CBK010 Seachoice Seachoice Cast Iron Mushroom Anchor - 10 Lbs, Vinyl Coated 41220

    Features:

    • Applications: Small boats, inflatables and mooring buoys
    • Material: One-piece cast iron
    • Black Vinyl Coating for Hull Protection
    • Most effective in sand or mud
    • Popular for fishermen, drift anchoring and race buoys
    • The raised lip ensures gripping power in soft mud and sand surfaces
    • Shaped like an inverted mushroom, the head becomes buried in the soft seabed and will normally sink in to the point where it has displaced its own weight in seabed material
    • The holding power of this anchor is at best about twice its weight unless it becomes buried, when it can be as much as ten times its weight
    • A counterweight is often provided at the other end of the shank to lay it down before it becomes buried
    Seachoice Cast Iron Mushroom Anchor - 10 Lbs, Vinyl Coated
    22.99
     
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    Features:

    • Applications: Small boats, inflatables and mooring buoys
    • Material: One-piece cast iron
    • Black Vinyl Coating for Hull Protection
    • Most effective in sand or mud
    • Popular for fishermen, drift anchoring and race buoys
    • The raised lip ensures gripping power in soft mud and sand surfaces
    • Shaped like an inverted mushroom, the head becomes buried in the soft seabed and will normally sink in to the point where it has displaced its own weight in seabed material
    • The holding power of this anchor is at best about twice its weight unless it becomes buried, when it can be as much as ten times its weight
    • A counterweight is often provided at the other end of the shank to lay it down before it becomes buried
     
     

     
     

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