Wow, A Anchor system for my waverunners that will actually hold them where I put them. I use this anchor to secure my waverunners just off the beach and it works great. I have used many systems and none have worked until now. This thing is wonderful and saves my hull from sand scuff damage!!!!
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I was absolutely satisfied with your Sandsharkanchor. We at the Long Beach
Lifeguard Facility run about 20 different Waverunners per year and we were
trying out different types of anchors and yours seemed to work the best,
even at Fire Island during some of the harshed tides of the season.
Amazing Product this is well constructed and quality that is built for many years of use. It took me less than 2 minutes to set and and forget it no problem at all holding my jet ski and keeping it off the sand bar. This is well constructed and something that will pay for it self by the prevention of hull damage from the beach and other skis and boats. Held my Seadoo(3 person) in place in 1.5 ft waves amazing. Everyone else's anchors kept getting jerked loose and they kept having to readjust and I just relaxed and enjoyed myself :).
This Sand Shark Anchor is a great product and very good service as I got a replacement thumb screw sent right out no charge.I boat in a irrigation lake in eastern Colorado we get high winds often leave may boat in overnite has never come loose. I have total faith that this anchor will hold my 20′ Searay
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
We vacation at a chain of lakes in Indiana where the the bottom of their "sandbar" (called Pee Island) is sand, but mixed with rocks (and lots of Zebra Mussel shells). Danforths just don't stick in the stuff, so everyone has corkscrew anchors like this. Most are simple PVC versions like this (for probably 10% the cost). The difference I see is that, although everyone hangs out together, they really don't raft up much. So it is a bunch of single boats in the same area with one of these off of the bow and one off of the stern. They all tie off at the top and it does work. I do notice that in the wind that the leverage does tug at the corkscrew, but they stay put.
I spent some time with Duane and the Sandshark Anchor last weekend at the Blarney show. I've also seen Liquid's at the sandbar. These things are heavy duty. The stainless steel auger is heavy duty. Duane mentioned to me that down in Indiana, where he's from, it's the anchor of choice at their "sandbar." I also know Howudoin picked on up as well, so next time you're at the sandbar, look for them and you'll see them in action.
Well I saw this in action at the sandbar a couple weeks ago. I was surprised at the holding power this auger had with it's relatively small foot print. Mike had it off his stern, which normally wouldn't see the heavy tugging bow anchors see. The most impressive was that Mike was one of the few who had one off the stern and he was rafted in to 15 other boats in the line. I would have thought the mass of that many boats cycling in and out would have popped this thing right out of the sand, but it stayed put all afternoon. I would have zero reservations about securing a single 24-26 ft boat off this, even off the bow.
Duane, I used the sandshark anchor for the first time here at torch lake. It works fantastic, great product.
A lot of people asked me about it as there pvc stick anchor versions failed and were getting pulled out. Most people reacted negatively when they asked me about the cost. I responded with "Aint nothing about boating cheap" thought I would pass that on to you. Thanks again!
Brookville Lake has a lot of sandbars and shallow shoreline areas which are hard to dock boats at, but the Sand Shark Anchor makes it easy now. I can just pull up to shore, jump out, auger down, and tie off the pontoon. No more looking for a tree, or solid ground to drive stakes into so the boats will hold. This is by far the best anchoring system for shore and sandy beach areas I've found.
All I got to say is awesome! When you screw this thing down, you don't think its doing anything or will hold, because it goes in too easy. WRONG! I had my SR 23 ft Yamaha tied up to the Sandshark Anchor in 3ft+ waves for more than 2 hours and did not budge. It's solid and worth every penny.