Screw Marine Anchors, Securing Ground Shore Anchor. Excellent holding anchor for a mooring or on the shore. Ring on top fits bar to screw into the surface. Originally designed for cable ground anchors for telephone poles!
Hot-dipped galvanized anchors
Use 5/8" shackle minumum
Install manually or with power driven equipment
These anchors are commonly used for permanent moorings
Ideal anchor for securing logs to beach fronts
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Please advise of the correct single screw size for a 25’ 4000 lb sailboat to be moored in 7’ sandy/silt bottom with up to 2’ waves and 40+ mph t-storm winds. Can use a few engine blocks at anchor shaft-chain attachment point for additional weight. Is it helpful to use an additional shaft extension for deeper soil penetration?
Submitted by: Lunch Parrot
The anchor screw with an 8 inch diameter should work well. The additional weight of the engine blocks will definitely help, as well as deeper soil penetration.
I want a helix anchor to moor a 30ft wooden cruiser sternfast in a freshwater marina 5 ft deep with a mud/silt bottom. I am told the boat weighs 3 ton, Can you recommend an anchor and supply me in Australia? Thanks
Submitted by: Sean Goodwin
Yes, we ship to Australia all the time! We do not have anything that large, but you can use more than one of the anchors at the link below.