Why Bulwagga Anchors out perform every other anchor…
The symmetrical three fluke
configuration insures the anchor
lands in perfect
every time it reaches
Once on the bottom (1), a pull on
rode shifts the anchor onto the
edges of two flukes (2).
The full weight of the anchor then
forward onto the points, which begin
penetrate immediately (3).
balanced, deep burrowing action secures your boat
within a few
feet on just about any type of bottom.
bottoms, the points quickly engage crevices.
The bulky shanks on other anchors cause resistance that
prevents deep sets. The Bull's slender
super strength alloy shaft
reduces resistance, allowing flukes to dig deep
Wind shifts that dislodge other anchors just
cause The Bull to dig deeper. In the unlikely event
dislodges, The Bull will rotate onto an adjacent fluke and quickly reset
Despite the deep secure set, the
Bulwagga Anchor breaks out easily when the boat is positioned
above for retrieval.
The geometry of the Bull allows it to
straddle a weedy bottom on its edges
rather than "bed
down" on weeds, only to snag them for a false "set".
a load is applied, the Bull immediately rotates up onto its points
quickly penetrates the weeds to begin its deep setting
(click on image to enlarge)
Due to the trefoil
configuration, the Bull always has a vertical "stabilizer"
that keeps the anchor from tipping or sliding as it
buries in a set. The vertical
fluke keeps the anchor
digging down evenly and on a level plane for maximum
engagement on the two holding flukes.
The Bull In
If your browser is
Java enabled, the sequence below demonstrates the anchor from landing
fully set. Although this is an animation, it is a true
representation of each step and an accurate
indication of how
little distance is required for The Bull to set in most
Below are 2 actual
video clips of the Bulwagga Anchor at work.
An orange marker is
positioned as a reference of how quickly
engage and burrowing begins.
The Bull adjusts to
sudden wind and current shifts by rotating onto
an adjacent fluke
and quickly re-establishing a set.
The trefoil design of the anchor allows The Bull to
while seeking to engage its flukes in
crevices on rock bottoms.
limiting pin allows the shaft to retract through the
so you can "back the anchor out" when
anchoring where snags under
rocks, logs or
other submerged obstacles are likely.
(click image for
It sets. It Holds.
owners appreciate the superior setting and holding ability of their
every time they anchor. Under ideal conditions, many
anchors are adequate.
But experienced boaters know how
suddenly conditions change.
That's when the superior setting and
holding strength of a Bulwagga Anchor can
be the difference
between a secure boat and one in serious trouble.
For serious boaters seeking the most
reliable boat anchor, the Bulwagga Anchor is the
anchor to buy.
Don't just take our word for it. Read the anchor test results
Sailor. And read the reports from
Buy a Bulwagga Anchor and you
will agree that The Bull is the best insurance a boater
Crafted with pride in the U.S.A. using only the
best materials, every Bulwagga
Anchor is hot dipped galvanized
with a durable, rust proof finish and features
a super strength
alloy shank and retaining pin.
Bulwagga Anchors provide
unprecedented reliability. Quite simply, The Bull
The World's Most
Dependable Anchor! TM