Find out what our clients from around the world are saying about our products and services.

We purchased the 33kg Rocna (as you suggested) and have just returned from a two month long shake down cruise locally, prior to heading offshore in May. We had 60knts in the bay of islands prior to Easter & our anchor did not budge!

"Just bought a Rocna 15 for my Starlight 35 this season. Required a modification to the existing roller to make it fit which I have just installed.  The Starlight 35 and Starlight 39 have identical alloy bow roller fittings, so the same solution should work for both." - Simon

The anchor is directly connected by a 12mm shackle to 65 metres of 10mm short link grade L chain which is in turn connected by splice to 40 metres of nylon rode.  The vessel has an LOA of 12.98m and a mass of 9 metric tons.

We were supposed to be rafted up with 4 other boats at Bobbin Head, but due to high wind, we all decided to anchor separately.  I dropped the Rocna and noticed it “take”.  Three of the other four boats dragged anchor and had to re-set.  When a couple of them lost anchor again, we all decided to... read more

Ocean Solutions & Rocna Anchors sponsored an event held in Airlie Beach prior to the main weekend rally in which they supplied a Vulcan Anchor to be auctioned off with the proceeds going towards Prostate Cancer Research.

I just purchased a new Vulcan anchor and I couldn’t be happier with the fit on my bowsprit. Purchased at Bacon Marine in Annapolis, MD after speaking with your reps in the Rocna tent. Knowledge and service was excellent all around. 

Thank you, thank you thank you!!!!!!! We just rode out Hurricane Otto in Bahia Santa Elana, Costa Rica, and the reason I am here to write this, in large measure, is due to you guys and my Rocna anchor.

I bought my 40 kilo Rocna back in 2012 and had it shipped to Fiji after I got tired of my CQR not setting on the bottom.  I made sure to get a bigger size than my boat needed(45 foot but weighs 45,000 pounds) as I like to sleep at night.  It's held us in 55 knot winds while we were anchored in... read more

After about 20 hours anchored in +40kt wind and +3m waves (from time to time breaking over the front of the boat) my 15kg Rocna was still in the same spot where I put it, but the rope attached to the chain, the chain itself and the anchor winch broke in one big bang.

Rubicon 3 heads off on sailing expeditions to some of the world’s more remote areas and having a top quality anchor is paramount for us. Anchored off somewhere like the coast of Greenland, we need to know that our anchor will penetrate and hold in almost any environment.