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Windlass Anchor Chains CXA/CXI, Grade 60 PLUS (AISI 318 LN Duplex), CROMOX, measures acc. to DIN 766 and ISO 4565, tested, calibrated, bright polished

WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING Premium

Code Price Ex. VAT Price Incl. VAT Quantity [m]
CXA6 33 € 39,93 €
CXA8 52,9 € 64,01 €
CXA10 83,2 € 100,68 €
CXA13 139 € 168,19 €
CXI6 33,6 € 40,66 €
CXI8 54,4 € 65,83 €
CXI10 82 € 99,22 €
CXI12 116 € 140,37 €

High quality chains with the best characteristics for offshore use.

Besides Ultra Marina products we offer also stainless steel chain made in Germany from best quality stainless steel. Sizes are from 6 mm up to 13 mm and in ISO or DIN norm. You can also chose from stainless steel quality Grade 60 (AISI 316 L), Grade 60 PLUS (AISI 318 LN Duplex) and Grade 60 PLUS (Superduplex A182 F61). All chains are tested, calibrated and bright polished. Stainless steel chains help match our Ultra Anchors and Swivels the best way and having stainless steel chain helps you to store your chain in your locker and there is no need of re-galvanization in the future..

More than 12 000 Satisfied Customers


Roger Huguet

ULTRA ANCHOR
“Buying the ultra anchor again while going through the options list of my boat was the easiest one. We love the anchor and it has been giving my family and me a great peace of mind every time we anchor. I used to dive to check if my anchor was correctly set. No more with the Ultra!”
ONA
Sirena 64
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Dick CAREY

Dear Erkutay,

We have now tried it out in mud, sand and coarse sand and it has worked extremely well every time.

With our last anchor we could not get it to set in sand - our biggest test - even with scopes of 10:1. The Ultra has set firmly and quickly every time with scopes of 3:1.

The anchor also self launches every time whereas we often had to give our last one a kick to get it moving.

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Egon Allgaeuer

Ankererfahrungen der letzten Monate

Ein Hingucker, 35 verchromte Ankerkilos in einer absolut geilen Form hängen vorne an unserem Trimaran. Zwischen Kette und Anker der kleine, aber hilfreiche, Swivel. Um schwierige Ankersituationen oder Probleme zu lösen, ist auch noch ein Ankerring mit 11 kg an Bord.
Das letzte Mal einen Hafen gesehen hat unser Boot vor ungefähr sechs Wochen. Gelegentlich…
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Tom Sparrow

Hello Gene,
As promised at last week's boat show I have the following re the Ultra anchor: In 2004 I experienced a middle of the night anchor failure in the Sea of Cortez resulting in a grounding of my 54 foot Offshore vessel. I subsequently purchased a larger 72' Offshore in 2008. Keeping in mind my previous troubles I went looking for a better anchor for windy night conditions. I met Randy…
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Dave and Margaret Woodley

A quick update on our 16kg Ultra anchor. We are with 9 other boats are headed to The Broughton Archipelago. Two nights ago we anchored with the others in a small bay inside Port Neville. A small bay with lots of boats meant a short scope 93 ft of chain in low 38 feet for us the last boat in. It turned this was not a protected anchorage, picked by the flotilla leader...the wind blew 15-22 knots…
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Simon Thomas

Dear Peter,

I attach a few images as promised.

Our first night at anchor with lines to shore proved very windy and rather bumpy at times... and this episode alone justified buying the Ultra Anchor!
Experiences of similar side winds with our previous anchor required us to reset the anchor again and again or move to another location entirely.
I snorkled out the next morning and checked for any…
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Robert

Dear Jan,

the new ULTRA anchor is installed and looks great and proud on the bow of our MOTIVA 39 – MOYA – as you can seen in the attached photos.

I am glad to report that it fits perfectly. In the meantime I have seen two other ULTRA anchors on boat nearby…Am I continuing a trend??

We look forward to our first outing next week to test it live, and am confident it will be much better than…
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Andreas Kyanowski

Dear Peter,

thank you for your mail and for the proposal of the Ultra Anchor Ring.

Let me first tell you about my experiences with the Ultra Anchor - together with the Flip Swivel (I attached some photos).
I used it quite often on my way down to Portugal, and each time it immediately grap into the ground with perfect holding. Drop and forget. Never any worries, never bad holding. The Ultra…
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Manfred

Ciao Giovanni,
come stai?
After the first four weeks (Ionian, Greece), I can tell you that I've been very happy with the anchor so far.
Before that, I had a Rocna, same weight, which partly didn't dig deep enough due to the bow. In smooth sand, this causes the anchor to slip; In the case of sea grass, the anchor collects the grass in front of the bow. Attached is a photo at 10m water depth, sand,…
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Thomas Nygaard

Hei venner og kjente med båt!

Det er krise i båtindustrien, underleverandører er i ferd med å gå konk.
Har derfor blitt oppfordret av en av mine til å prøve å hjelpe til med å
skaffe kunder på utradisjonelt vis. (Mail under). Derfor prøver jeg her:

Som dere sikkert/kanskje vet så kjøpte jeg nytt anker til Cheetah ifjor
etter at min Rocna Vulcan 33kg SS brakk i to (!) på Zakhyntos. I all hast…
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Nick Creed, Gunfleet Marine

I keep on relaying my experience with Gunfleet 58/04 (anchored with an ultra anchor) where in 45-50 knots of wind another 40ft boat dragged its anchor which rode up our chain and became jammed in our stem-head. For the next 2 hours there were TWO boat anchored in big and nasty swinging winds, on just ONE Ultra Anchor - if ever I had any doubts that the Ultra was just a beautiful looking peace of…
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Greg and Terry Coleman

Hello Gene:
I wanted to give you a report on our first experience with the Ultra anchor which took place over the 4th of July weekend in the San Joaquin Delta. Our boat is a Navigator 4800 which weighs approximately 50K lbs. We anchored in 15 ft. of water in an area with a soft mud bottom and moderate grass. The anchor set immediately on the first attempt and we let out all chain with a scope of…
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Nusret Ferda Bertan

God bless your hands, efforts and mind: You are making the world’s best anchor. Each time I anchor; I remember Atila Rezak, who helped during the design process of this anchor by trying it at his boat and all other friends contributing, with respect. I am staying like a stone with my new boat Benetau 50 at a location (Bodrum-Bitez) where I previously had big problems with other anchors on other…
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Marshall Duffield

Hi,

I wanted to endorse your anchor. I anchored in 12 feet of water at Rippers in Catalina a couple of weekends ago. I was able to see your anchor work first hand. I also saw my neighbors anchors with the flukesand they were all marginally secured to the bottom.
I wanted to let you know how much nicer it is to anchor with your anchor knowing you’re secure and there’s little chance of…
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Dan Seifers | it

Amiamo la nostra ULTRA Anchor. L´abbiamo da 7 anni, ci siamo ancorati ovunque dall´Australia, Nuova Zelanda, Tahiti, Sitka Alaska e Messico. Essa non ha mai fallito, anche a 50 nodi di vento.
Dan

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Rondy Dike

Dear Sirs
I just wanted to let you know your “Ultra Flip Swivel” really works great.
I have tried it many times now and feel its safe to let my wife stow the anchor. It simplicity, in flipping the anchor over into the correct stowage position prior to being is pulled over the bow roller works every time.
Again thanks for a great product.
I am also looking forward to picking up one of your Ultra…
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Hakan ÖGE

"Finally I have arrived in Gibraltar. Up to now, 90% of the places I have stopped I had the anchor in. Everywhere and every seabed the anchor hold tight at first attempt. I never had to try second time. I reversed the engine and forced repeatedly, the more I pulled the more difficult it became to bring back the anchor, indicating it digs itself deeper. Now I rarely dive to check the anchor and it…
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Joe Candido

Hi,

I have a 1975 Pearson 35 (13,000 lbs empty). I’ve had the boat for many years and she’s in fantastic condition. We live and sail on Lake Champlain in Vermont. The lake is about 120 miles long which generates 4 - 6’ swells and 20kts + winds pretty often. We’ve always had problems with our 35lbs CQR anchor holding. Most nights are sleepless if the wind is above 15kts. Really I don’t sleep…
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