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Very very cool. Thanks for the post!
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Nice pictures.
By the way - what is the anchor type on Kiwi Roa ? Looks good.
i think it's an Ancora Latina with a big hoop welded onto it. I wonder why someone did that?
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I've just finished going through a re-run of the Antarctic series. Quite wonderful.

Craig, thanks again.
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Great photos!
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I believe the anchor is a Rocna. They have a wonderful reputation for strength and holding.

These pics are amazing. Thanks so much for posting and sharing. Talk about living vicariously while reviewing!
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The anchor is definitely a Rocna. The ones asking about the anchor are all joking, as Peter invented the Rocna and I doubt that Peter or Craig would use anything else.
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I believe the anchor is a Rocna. They have a wonderful reputation for strength and holding.

These pics are amazing. Thanks so much for posting and sharing. Talk about living vicariously while reviewing!
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Thanks for the comments all.

Except for the - oh nevermind.

Yes it's the very first Rocna, the prototype... There will be some, shall we say interesting, pics coming soon of 'anchorages' in the Falklands and South Georgia.
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Thanks for the comments all.

Except for the - oh nevermind.

Yes it's the very first Rocna, the prototype... There will be some, shall we say interesting, pics coming soon of 'anchorages' in the Falklands and South Georgia.
Good on you for taking the ribbing so well.

So thanks again for the links to the pics...simply wonderful...and Kiwi Roa is one nice bit of kit. Very nice indeed.

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