Selecting an Anchor Roller for Your Boat

Selecting an Anchor Roller for Your Boat

The following is a guide to match your boat anchor with the correct anchor roller from Norestar or Windline. Simply find your size and style of anchor below.

Select your style of anchor: 


Claw Type Anchors
 (Including the Bruce type boat anchor)

Anchor Size

Mounts anchor over bow or stern.

Mounts anchor on bow plank or anchor platform

Fairlead only. Does not mount anchor.  

Small 2.2 - 16.5 lbs. 

BRM2

BRM2

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Medium 22 - 33 lbs. 

BRM3, BRM4 (22 lbs only)

BRM3BRM4 (22 lbs only) 

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Large 44 - 66 lbs. 

BRM3

BRM3

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1


Plow Type Anchors (Including the CQR type boat anchor)


Anchor Size

Mounts anchor over bow or stern.

Mounts anchor on bow plank or anchor platform

Fairlead only. Does not mount anchor.  

Small 25 - 35 lbs. 

CR1, CRM1, URM1

AR5, AR6, URM1, CRM1

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Medium 35 - 45 lbs. 

CRM1, URM1

AR5, AR6, URM1, CRM1

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Large 45 - 60 lbs. 

CRM1

CRM1

AR3, DR1

 


Fluke Type Anchors (Including Danforth type boat anchors)


Anchor Size

Mounts anchor over bow or stern.

Mounts anchor on bow plank or anchor platform

Fairlead only. Does not mount anchor.  

Small 5 - 12 lbs. 

CR1, URM-2, Norestar: UBR-Small 

AR4

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Medium 13 - 28 lbs. 

URM1, URM4, UBR-Medium

AR4, AR5

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

Large 22 - 60 lbs. 

URM1, URM3, Norestar: UBR-Large 

AR5, AR6

AR3, DR1

 


Delta Anchors (Including Wing type boat anchors)


Anchor Size

Mounts anchor over bow or stern.

Mounts anchor on bow plank or anchor platform

Fairlead only. 
Does not mount anchor.

14 lbs., 22 lbs.

BRM2, BRM3, BRM4, CRM1, URM1, URM3, URM4, Norestar: UBR-Medium, UBR-Large 

AR4, AR6

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

35 lbs.

CR1, URM1, URM3, URM4 , CRM1, BRM3, Norestar: UBR-Medium, UBR-Large 

AR4, AR6

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

55 lbs.

CRM1

AR6

DR1

 


Fortress Anchors


Anchor Size

Mounts anchor over bow or stern.

Mounts anchor on bow plank or anchor platform

Fairlead only. 
Does not mount anchor.

FX-7, FX-11

CRM1, URM1, URM2, URM3, URM4, Norestar: UBR-Small, UBR-Medium, UBR-Large 

AR4, AR5

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

FX-16, FX-23

CRM1,URM1, URM2, URM3, URM4, Norestar: UBR-Small, UBR-Medium, UBR-Large 

AR4, AR5

AR2, AR3, AR7, DR1

FX-37, FX-55

URM1, URM3(FX-55 only), Norestar:UBR-Large
(FX-55 only) 

AR5

AR3

FX-85

N/A  

N/A  

AR3

FX-125

N/A

N/A 

AR2

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