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Old 11-16-2020, 10:04 AM   #1
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This is the popular Rocna Model 20 Anchor. It is 44 Pounds with a roll right bar and quick-set blade. It is two years old and is rust free. Like they say. You can sleep at night with a Rocna. Located In Punta Gorda, FLClick image for larger version

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Old 11-16-2020, 03:45 PM   #3
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Oops . Sorry forgot the price. $339.00
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Old 11-17-2020, 11:13 AM   #4
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We might be interested as we are getting a Nordic Tug 32 in 1 1/2 weeks. Concerned if it fits or will rock too much on the current bow roller. If it's still available at that time, would we be able to try it and see how it fits? We are in North Port.
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Old 11-17-2020, 01:26 PM   #5
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We might be interested as we are getting a Nordic Tug 32 in 1 1/2 weeks. Concerned if it fits or will rock too much on the current bow roller. If it's still available at that time, would we be able to try it and see how it fits? We are in North Port.


Perfect. We had a 2002 37 NT with this exact same anchor. You will really sleep soundly with this size anchor on a 32 NT. One word of advice. We found that the windlasses on NT are so strong that you need to be careful when you retrieve your anchor. Especially with windlass controls in the pilot house. If you come against the bow roller with the full power of the windlass it can flex the stainless steel bow roller assembly enough to break the deck seal allowing water intrusion into the bow deck causing the wood laminate to absorb moisture. Better to keep the anchor “Loose” and tie it off with a retention hook/line. Cheers!
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Hello,
We have a 32 ft Nordic Tug on a lake in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Drug anchor last year on two occasions. Will do some research and if the other 32 ft tug does not take it I would be interested. Will measure shank on current anchor and see how long shank is to see if it will fit on roller. Fairly new to the trawler life. If anyone knows if this anchor will work on a 32 ft information would be great.
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We have a 32 ft Nordic Tug on a lake in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Drug anchor last year on two occasions. Will do some research and if the other 32 ft tug does not take it I would be interested. Will measure shank on current anchor and see how long shank is to see if it will fit on roller. Fairly new to the trawler life. If anyone knows if this anchor will work on a 32 ft information would be great.


We will let you know. Congratulations on the NT.
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