SandShark Products, Inc.

SandShark Boat or Pontoon Sand Anchor for the Beach or Sandbar. Stainless Steel with Removable Handle 36”

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No More Worrying About Your Watercraft at the Beach or Sandbar!

  • Stainless Steel Shaft to Hold your Watercraft in the Roughest Conditions.
  • Longer Length to Place in Shallow Water.
  • Large Stainless Steel Auger for Superior Holding Power.
  • Tie-Off Ring with Removable Handle with Foam Grips.


★ Introducing SandShark Auger Sand Anchor ★

SandShark is offering this stainless steel sand anchor for your boating at the beach pleasure.
Toss those main anchors at the beach away and make sure to give our sand anchor a try.

✔ Highest quality premium boating products
✔ Easier than taking out your traditional anchor
✔ Awesome, very simple and super efficient
✔ Provides superior holding power
✔ Downright "cool" boating accessories
✔ Makes an ideal any occasion or Christmas gift
✔ Love it or your money back. We are confident that you will love your anchor but if you are not satisfied, our products are always backed by 100% Money Back No Questions Asked Guaranteed!

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2 Reviews

Tim B Feb 27th 2019

Sand Shark Product Review

I recently purchased two 36" Sandshark stainless steel anchors for my 23' Tritoon. Prompt shipping, excellent customer service, quality materials, and fabrication. Sandshark products are an incredible value. It didn't take long for me to become a repeat customer!

Craig Gall Oct 27th 2018

Held boats in hurricane

Hey my name is Craig Gall and last year I bought 4 of your stainless SandShark anchors to use on the beach to hold down my racing catamarans. I just wanted to let you know I've got a house down in Panama City Beach. You might of seen on the news we just had a big category 4, almost 5, hurricane blow through. Your anchors held my boats down in 145 mile an hour winds.

Each boat had two anchors under it. One under the front cross bar, and one under the rear cross bar. They were turned down pretty tight. Each anchor was sunk into sand with about 6 inches of it sticking out.

Can’t believe they held! Like I said we had 145 mile an hour winds....

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