Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor

Seattle Sports
SKU: SETSSA

Starting at:

$22.95

Product Highlights:

  • Heavy Duty Sea Anchor
  • Great Small Craft Safety Accessory
  • Tubing Sewn into Top Hem
  • Works as Sea Brake 
  • Sturdy Nylon Straps

About Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor

Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor
Make the most out of your high sea adventures when you have the Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor. Made with durable Radio Frequency (RF) Welded seams and tough PVC material, this heavy-duty sea anchor is built to withstand large amounts of abuse so you can feel safe and secure. It's an effective small craft safety accessory that can work as a sea brake while drifting, or as a sea anchor for maintaining your position. The sea anchor also features tubing sewn into the top hem for quick deployment, as well as sturdy nylon straps for easy attachment of a line. The Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor is the perfect item to have for all your boating activities.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

www.seattlesportsco.com
(800) 632-6163

Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor Features

  • Heavy Duty Sea Anchors
  • Tough PVC for Maximum Abuse
  • Tubing Sewn into Top Hem Keeps it Open for Deployment
  • Great Small Craft Safety Accessory
  • Works as Sea Brake while Drifting, and as Sea Anchor
  • Available in 2 Sizes
  • Nylon Straps for Attachment of Line
  • Small Length: 23 in.
  • Small Diameter: 12 in.
  • Large Length: 32.5 in.
  • Large Diameter: 14 in.

Seattle Sports Sportsman's Sea Anchor Specifications

Diameter
12 In.
Length
23 In.
Color
Blue
Materials
Pvc And Nylon
Straps/Handles
Attachment Point Straps
Seams
Rf Welded
Sizes
2
Nylon Straps
Yes
Heavy Duty Sea Anchors
Yes
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Small
Weight [with packaging]
Small: 0.75 lb,
Large: 1.2 lb
Mfr #
SKU
SETSSA
Seattle Sports Sportsman Sea Anchor Size Chart
  Small Large
Diameter opening (in) 12" 14"
Length (in) 23" 32.5"
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Shopper  How far from the back of the boat should it be when we put it in the water?
Jessica S  This should be 50' or less from the boat.
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