Fortress FX-55 Anchor - 32LB [FX-55]
FX-55 32lb Anchor f/52-58' Boats
32 lb Aluminum/Magnesium Alloy Fluke Anchor MFG:FX-55 by Fortress®.
This anchors are constructed from a high-tensile, corrosion-resistant, aluminum magnesium alloy that is precision- machined into interlocking components with no welds to weaken the metal. This results in a lighter, easy to handle anchor with superior holding power.
In test after test, from coast to coast and from around the world, no anchor in history has been called "The Worlds Best Anchor" by more boaters and respected marine experts than Fortress...and for good reason.
|Material: Aluminum/Magnesium Alloy|
|Boat Length: 52' to 58'|
|Weight: 32 lb|
|Holding Power: 32° (Hard Sand)|
|A Shank: 27"|
|B Fluke: 16"|
|C Stock: 22"|
|Nylon Rope: 3/8"|
|Proof Coil Chain: 1/4"|
|Shackle Size: 1/4"|
- Award Winning Design
- Hardened high-tech aluminum magnesium alloy
- Easy to manage weight
- Tough anodized finish
- Adjustable fluke angles
- Disassembles for easy storage
- Lifetime Parts Replacement Warranty
- Made in the USA
Years of research and development, high-tech materials and manufacturing and thousands of real world tests are your assurance of performance, quality, and value. Fortress weighs only half as much as heavier steel anchors and yet outperforms them all. Why? Because the Fortress design does not depend upon weight to provide world class performance. All this adds up to your best value in anchoring safety and convenience.
If you’re looking for reliable anchors to keep your boat secure, no matter the mood swings of the Mother Nature, Fortress® is the only name you need to know. Cutting-edge Fortress anchors are crafted from high-tech aluminum, making them the world’s strongest, fastest and lightest anchors available. The U.S. Navy’s holding power tests have shown that Fortress anchors are the best anchors for giving you unapologetic holding power that outperforms the competition. Precision-machined and meticulously sharpened, these anchors penetrate the seabed like a rocket and bury deeper into common sea bottoms to ensure your vessel will stay rock-solid. Better still, their light weight makes.