The Wing Boat Anchor (modeled after the original Delta) is one of the most popular styles of anchor chosen by boat manufacturers today as standard equipment. The solid, one piece design, results in superior holding power than other similar plow anchors like the CQR and sets easily in most bottoms including mud, sand, rock, and more.
Being one the most common standard equipped anchor on boats today, it fits many bow rollers and pulpits (always confirm against manufacturer’s dimensions and specifications). It self launches, making it ideal for use with windlasses. Each anchor also includes a convenient trip line point at the back of the anchor.
Having a high holding power to weight ratio, boaters often need a lighter Wing/Delta anchor than may be necessary in other styles of anchors. For example, for most 25’ boats, a 13 lbs Delta/Wing anchor will be an adequate anchor choice.
All Norestar Wing Anchors come with a lifetime warranty against breakage.
Was hesitant to buy a non brand name anchor but this holds really well. Our two boat raft up didn't budge. The qualify of the welds isn't the best. There is a lot of weld splatter all over the anchor and the galvanized finish doesn't look very even. It lives in my anchor locker so not the end of the world for me. Definitely was a good buy.
It holds great. But this thing is heavy. Did not actually weigh but it just feels heavy. But it holds. Now need to upgrade windlass.
Excellent YouTube Instructional Videos. Best Prices. I looked around and compared. You won! I bought my anchor!
Used it in salt water in Chincoteague and held my Baylinner 175 for 30 minutes with tidal waters, other boats passing near and strong winds. I sprayed it off later. No rust formed. Very easy to get right. It falls into place and catches once dropped.
Yep it's an anchor!