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post #110 of Old 07-23-2008
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I have a Rocna 15, which is the primary anchor for my 28' trimaran which masses about 5000 lbs. all loaded. Halekai also has a Rocna 15 which he uses as the primary anchor on his Canadian Sailcraft 36T.

I can't imagine your boat needing a bigger anchor than the Rocna 15, but if you think you do...a Rocna 20 would be more than enough. A Rocna 25 would be massively overkill.

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