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18/01/2011

Dutch couple Marianne and Paul W. have been cruising on their yacht since 2003, in the Mediterranean, the Netherlands, and inbetween. They are now planning to leave in 2008 on an extended cruise of 5 to 10 years, and are preparing the boat for that expedition.

18/01/2011

The New Zealand Marauder Association has an affinity for Rocna anchors, with some of the feedback reproduced below from their newsletter. A Rocna 10 was donated as a prize for their 2006 National Championships, and the following entry is by the winner.


Report on Rocna anchor
Peter Knight, Real MacCoy

This year our Marauder Real MacCoy won the 2006 New Zealand Marauder Class National Championship and took out the Barry Olliff Trophy. Our prize for topping the National regatta was a Rocna 10 anchor.

18/01/2011

When the champagne bottle christened Shayne and Wendy Tobin's new world cruiser, it met its end against the heel of a Rocna 30. Launched in New Zealand's Bay of Islands, Waiora was built solely by its owners. She is to take the couple, together with daughter Kaya, around the world.

18/01/2011

With a large displacement hull weighing in at 20 tons and a LOA of 54', Kristina presents a considerable profile to the wind. Tired of dragging their old generation anchor, Tony E. needed a final solution.

18/01/2011

John had heard good things about Rocna anchors, and decided to replace his existing plough. Over the period of a vacation cruise during the Christmas holidays, John spent some time testing his new anchor. He mentions that 40 knots of wind one night did not budge his yacht.

He was so enamored with its performance, he took the time to sit down and write us a letter. With John's permission, we have reproduced this letter below. The content is complete and unmodified.


 

Dear Peter,

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