That passion was how our company began in 2012. If you've ever struggled with your anchor, then Hurricane Boat Anchors will change your boating experience forever.
No more struggling with cheap or heavy anchors that do not work. Our anchors are 100% made in the USA. When you need a reliable anchor that will set quickly and hold your boat in a variety of bottom types and conditions, then Hurricane Boat Anchors are your solution.
We are so confident in our anchors that we are setting the bar high and are the only company in the industry to offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on our anchors - even if they have been used. So get it out on your boat and get it wet, dirty, and put it to the test.
Does your anchor refuse to set? Or skip along and feel like a fish is biting it?
NOT WITH A HURRICANE ANCHOR!
See how quickly the anchor sets and stops the boat in just seconds!
Anchor shown rigged up with the "breakaway" zip tie release method.
Hurricane Boat Anchors can set and function on a 2:1 scope in most sand and mud bottoms.
Get your boat anchored faster, easier, and with less line than you ever thought possible!
Hurricane Boat Anchor holding rock solid at a 2:1 scope on a 38' boat weighing 11,000+ lbs.
The revolutionary design of the Hurricane Boat Anchor makes it the first ever to utilize a “backplate” at the rear of the anchor.
The concept is quite simple actually – if you stop the anchor, you stop the boat. The backplate acts as a parachute. Or can be compared to a snowplow, or bulldozer that builds a wall of resistance.
This picture shows early prototype testing on the beach in a controlled environment. Although not underwater, it helps to understand why the design of the Hurricane Boat Anchor is so effective.
After moving one foot or less, the buildup begins to increase. Each inch it moves it just build up more and more resistance until the anchor cannot move. This is why the anchor does not need a 5:1 scope to reach solid ground - it creates its own firm holding ground.
And this is why the bottom type does not matter to our anchors – sand, mud, clay, grass, gravel, rocks, or any combination – the Hurricane Anchor will stop.
In a soft bottom, the flukes will engage the bottom immediately, and many times the anchor will not need to go very deep to generate enough holding power.
Typically, this is enough to stop the boat, even before the sand/mud/clay reaches the backplate.
In a very hard sand or mud bottom, fluke and Danforth anchors will typically feel like they are doing the "skip-set-skip" as they are skating across the bottom. This is because as the flukes are forced down, the pivoting handle begins to lift up if the anchor is not set at the perfect speed, and with a 5:1 or more scope.
Now compare this to the fixed handle of the Hurricane Anchor, and the revolutionary design. The Hurricane Anchor will essentially "skim" the top for the first few inches until the sand/mud/etc reaches the base, which will then begin to draw it down.
What this "skimming" does is ensure the anchor won't skip - because regardless of the bottom type you are in, once the sand, mud, gravel, clay, weeds, etc reach the beginning of the base (as indicated by the black line) then we know that anchor is going down and will set.