Hurricane anchor system receives patent

Published online: Apr 30, 2009 News
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Colligo Marine recently received a U.S. patent for its hurricane anchor system.

The Colligo system allows for the placement of three anchors on a swivel and three lines back to the boat. The boat can then swing on the anchors without fouling chains and lines.

The minimum breaking strength for this system is more than 30,000 pounds. It comes  with galvanized bridle plates, shackles and a swivel. Monohull and multihull models are available.

The Colligo Marine hurricane anchor system is distributed by Taylor Made Products as the Storm Surge Anchor System and is available at marine retailers across the United States.

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