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Duane, got my sandshark anchor today and I'm blown away man.

I was a bit concerned with ordering something like this for my boat over the internet especially for $300 bucks, because I have ordered stuff before and was disappointed when it arrived. Its hard to really get a good feel of any product from just pictures and descriptions.

Pictures don't do this thing justice though. I could tell it was solid and built well from the specs and photos of it, but when you first pick it up you know right away its built right and heavy duty. The steel shaft is thick and I was worried about the aluminum housing thinking it might give or crack, but its over a 1/4 inch thick... lol airplanes don't use aluminum that thick!

Thanks again for your help and talking to me about it and great job on building one kick-ass boat anchor. I'll be sending you some picks of the sandbar island on our next houseboat rally, you'll be getting some more orders then for sure everyone there want one of these. If you ever get down to Houston give me a shout.
Later - Roland

Roland Michaels

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Dock Lines

What they do

Dock lines secure your boat to a SandShark Anchor or another dock either temporarily or semi-permanently.  This is very useful when spending afternoons at sandbars or beaches where permanent docks are not available.

How they work

When your boat is away from its regular slip or mooring, you need to have some designated nylon lines aboard, preferably with spliced eyes, ready for use when you tie up somewhere. We call these transient dock lines. The eye in the end is easily passed over the SandShark Anchor.  You can then turn the anchor into the ground without the rope twisting around the anchor when it is turning.  The bitter end is adjusted on board the boat or jet ski.  There are dozens of combinations of diameters and lengths but we recommend a minimum size of dock lines of 3/8″ x 15′ for jet ski’s or boats.

Why Nylon?

Dock lines should be made from nylon, which has a superior combination of strength and stretch. Both three-strand and braided construction are common. Three-strand stretches more, is very abrasion- and snag-resistant and less expensive. Braided nylon is stronger, comes in colors, and has a nice feel or “hand”.

Dock Line Recommendations for SandShark Anchors

  1. 3/8″ x 15′ for SandShark JR or Lite Series for Jet Ski’s and PWC’s  (minimum 15′ length)
  2. 3/8″ or 1/2″ diameters for Ultimate or Lite Series Boat Anchors  (minimum 15′ length)
  • 3/8″ up to 22′ of Boat Length
  • 1/2″ up to 30′ of Boat Length

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