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The Best PWC or Jet Ski Anchor for the Beach, Sand, or Shallow Water!

SandShark Anchor has the best and most effective beach, sand, or shallow water anchor for your PWC or Jet Ski.  The SandShark JR anchor gives you the ability to anchor you watercraft in deeper water to avoid beaching it!   You no longer have to beach your PWC or Jet Ski to spend time at the sandbar.  This is the most effective anchor at keeping you watercraft in place!  Here is our newest design.  So if you are looking for the best anchor for your PWC or Jet Ski for the beach, sand, or shallow water.  SandShark Products has the anchors for you!

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Protect Your Jet Ski or PWC with Salt-Away

Protect Your Jet Ski or PWC with Salt-Away!

Extremely effective at flushing salt out of the cooling water jacket of inboards, I/Os and personal watercrafts. A special salt-removal concentrate prevents salt build up inside the engine before corrosion can begin, and provides long-lasting protection.
    •    Mixer unit (sold separately) connects with garden hose on one end, and motor flusher on the other end
    •    Concentrate is dispensed with fresh water at the appropriate ratio
    •    32 oz. concentrate yields eight applications for motor flush and 24' boat washdown
    •    Excellent for accessing radar tower, flying bridges, outriggers, masts, and other hard-to-reach areas

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Use Salt-Away Prevent Corrosion and Damage from Salt Water

Salt-Away is a Motor Flush for inboard, outboard, I/O and personal watercraft motors and an exterior salt removing treatment. Salt-Away is water based, non-hazardous, biodegradable, and contains properties that attack and remove salt from any surface. Repeated use with Salt-Away will break down and remove old salt and rust deposits. Safe for use on any metal, aluminum, fiberglass, paint, rubber, plastic, chrome, glass, or any surface exposed to salt. Salt-Away will not strip away waxes, but will wash away salt and leave a protective film on the surface to protect against rusting.

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Use a Boat Anchor Pole in the Sand or Shallow Water to Keep Your Boat in Place

If you are looking to keep you boat or pontoon in place, consider using a boat anchor pole in the sand or shallow water. Us an auger style anchor that will turn down into the sand to keep your watercraft in place for hours. Even in choppy, wavy conditions typically found at the beach and sandbar, a boat anchor pole is your best choice to "stay in one place". Take a look at the SandShark Anchor. They have a variety of alternative to meet any boat size or budget. So stop worrying about your boat at the beach or sandbar and use a boat anchor pole in the sand or shallow water to keep it in place!

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The Best Shallow Water Pontoon Anchor

If you are looking for the best shallow water pontoon anchor, SandShark Anchor has the products for you. With a variety of options to meet any size or budget you won't be disappointed with the performance of these anchor's. These anchor's are handcrafted in the USA and will hold your pontoon or watercraft in place in the shallow water in Choppy Conditions! So the next time you are at the beach or sandbar and need to keep you boat in place, get a SandShark Anchor and don't worry about it drifting away! Take a look, read some of the testimonials, and see why a SandShark Anchor is your best choice for a shallow water pontoon anchor!

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Jet Ski and PWC Ultimate Sand Anchor by SandShark Products!

If you are looking for the best, easy to use, and most effective sand anchor for your jet ski or PWC, take a look at the Ultimate SandShark JR by SandShark Products.  They have design an anchor for jet ski's and PWC's that actually work's in choppy conditions.  It stores at 18" yet extends to 31" to penetrated deep into the sea or lake bed.  Made completely of stainless steel to resist corrosion, this products is at the top of the market for jet ski and PWC anchors.  It will hold your watercraft in the toughest of conditions!  So next time you are in the market for an jet ski or PWC anchor give the SandShark JR "Ultimate" a try!


SandShark JR "Ultimate"

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Boat Sand Anchor’s that Work the Best In Sand and Shallow Water!

If you are looking for boat sand anchor's that actually work the BEST in sand or shallow water, look no more! SandShark Anchor has the anchor's for you. They have developed an anchoring system for boat's, poontoon's, tritoons that have superior holding power in the sand and shallow water. No more worrying about your boat drifting with these products, your shallow water anchoring problems are solved with a SandShark Anchoring system. So the next time you are looking for a sand or shallow water anchor for your boat, take a look at the SandShark Anchor!

SandShark "Ultimate" Anchor

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New Dock, Mooring, and Anchor Lines coming soon!

We will soon be carrying dock, mooring, and anchor lines.  These will be an added necessity for our high quality anchoring products.  We will carry premium dock, mooring, and anchor lines suitable for you boat, pontoon, jet ski, and PWC.  Look for the best prices here on the most popular sizes of these double braided lines!

Great place to use a Shallow Water Boat Sand Anchor Pole or Stake!–The Islamorada Sandbar

Islamorada Sandbar

What the locals call " The Beach" is actually a wide sandbar jutting out into the ocean close to Holiday Isle. There's only one way to get there - by boat.The sandbar is about 1/2 mile off shore.

24° 55' 58.76" N - 80° 36' 1.84" W





The sandbar is the mother of all raft-up locations. One who has been there has seen both sides of the channel were jam packed, people and boats. Depending upon the time of year (Memorial Day, Labor Day, 4th of July) it is PACKED. There must be 2500 boats in an area where 1000 boats is full.

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Great places to Jet Ski in Florida–Be sure to have a jet ski or PWC anchor!

Panama City Florida: St. Andrews Pass (Panama City Florida where the St. Andrews Bay lets out into the Gulf) to the Shell Island side has an extremely good break but be ready for some rocks in close so riders must have complete control... Sebastain Inlet of course the inlet at Sebastain State Park is totally wilder either the north or south sides. (I would recommend the south for more big breaks but sharks are a problem) but just a few miles up the coast is a really good reef break (Spanish house) there will be a few cars parked of the side of a1a and a lot of surfers in the water,,, Don't get to high since this awesome break is from a very shallow reef which will catch the ass end of your ski and leave you stranded in a rough wall of water.

A great place is Ponce de Leon Inlet on the east coast of central Florida. It sits just below Daytona Beach and north of New Smyrna. Although he lives in Orlando and has a choice of over 100 lakes within a 50 mile radius of his house, he prefers to drive the hour and a half to Ponce. It's always worth it! he'll take a lousy 3' wave over a flat lake any day!

The great thing about it is that it costs nothing to park or launch. FREE, baabeee! You can't beat that. There's a concrete ramp and a paved parking lot. However, the lot only has about 40 slots so get here early on a warm day. Another great thing is that if you want to get your extra gear (or even that third, fourth or fifth passenger) to the beach, you can drive into the County's Lighthouse Park ($2.00 per per person in vehicle) and be able to park within 50 yards of the beach, provided it's not a busy day.

However, no trailers are allowed in the park on weekends or holidays because of the crowds and limited space. Most people just carry their stuff to the beach via their PWC and leave their vehicles in the public lot near the ramp. On a good day, when there's an east or southeast wind and the tide is rolling out, you'll have 6-8' waves along the south jetty. In the center of the channel, I've seen rolling swells reach 10'. If the winds are not in your favor, you'll still get 3-5' waves which are nothing to be ashamed of. If a hurricane just happens to run up the coast as Floyd did a while back, you can count on huge swells in the deeper water and rocking action along the south jetty! Just be careful of floating debris at those times.

There are restrictions on where you can ride. If caught in the "no-no" zones, be prepared for a fine. New Smyrna mandates that all PWC stay 1500' from shore to protect the swimmers and surfers. So, it's not worth traveling south of the south jetty. Going north of the north jetty, you need to stay 300' from shore. No beaching until you reach Ormond Beach. As long as you stay in the Inlet, you can beach anywhere you like on the north or south sides. But (and that's a BIG BUT), there are pending ordinances to restrict these areas even further (like every other place in the country). Be sure to check with Volusia County Sheriff's Department for current details.

Sarasota County, Venice, FL. Take I-75 to exit 35, not 35A, just exit 35, which is Jacaranda road. Turn right off the exit, go down 2 traffic lights to Venice Ave., and turn right. Take that all the way down onto the island to the end of Venice ave. turn right at the stop sign. Turn left on the next stop sign. You will come up to Higel park boat launch on the right. From there you can go out to the gulf of Mexico by goin left on your pwc, or go straight into Roberts bay (sports rec area). When you go to the gulf..... you'll go through the jetti. You can beach off South Jetti, but not North Jetti. Waves are big, I 've seen them about 8' rollers. Roberts Bay is an "excellent" place to freestyle jetski, but no big waves in there. Everything is free, launching and parking. Camping is on U.S 41 about 5-6 miles north of Venice ave. It's called Oscar Shears state park. It costs about $15 per night.

Places to launch:
Desoto County Sunny Breeze Golf Course (AKA: Liverpool) Just South of Fort Ogden, turn at the entrance to Sunny Breeze Golf Course and follow road all the way to the end. (There are some curves and turns, just stay on the "main" road). You will see the boat ramp and picnic pavilion at the end.

Charlotte County Harbor Heights Park. From I-75 get off at exit 30 and head towards Harbor Heights. Watch for "park and boat ramp sign". Nice picnic area with tables and pavilions. There are other places to launch but these two seem to be the best and easiest to find. Your best bet is to stock up on gas and also pack a lunch. There is a restaurant with gas north of the boat ramp at Sunny Breeze Golf Course called "Nav-a-Gators".

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