marine anchor rope


Duracordix’s marine anchor ropes are made from nylon fiber with polyester jacket and  designed to provide reliable and durable anchoring solutions for your boating and fishing needs.

  • High strength for heavy towing.
  • Excellent shock absorption for rough seas.
  • UV resistant for longer lifespan.

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General Applications

Versatile Uses: Anchoring Excellence Across the Seas

Hot Selling sizes

Top Picks: Most Popular Sizes of Our Marine Anchor Line Selection

3/8" (10mm)

ideal for small boats, kayaks, and personal watercraft. Offers excellent shock absorption and abrasion resistance for reliable anchoring.

5/8" (16mm)

ideal for larger boats and heavy-duty applications, delivering exceptional strength, reliability, and resistance to wear, UV rays, and chemicals


7/8" (22mm)

ideal for commercial vessels, marine construction, and other demanding situations that need superior strength and durability.

Duracordix is a marine anchor rope & dock line manufacturer & Supplier in China.

we can produce various sizes for different applications and custom made for special projects.

No matter you’re looking for a wholesale supplier or custom made anchor rope or dock line, we can all help. contact Duracordix now.


Diving Deep: Essential Specifications of Our Marine Anchor Rope.

Dia.(mm) Cir(inch) Ktex(g/m) Breaking(kn)
16 2 164 59
20 2-1/2 255 92
22 2-3/4 309 111
24 3 368 127
28 3-1/2 501 172
32 4 654 225
36 4-1/2 828 285
40 5 1018 352
44 5-1/2 1236 420
48 6 1473 500
52 6-1/2 1730 600
56 7 2009 690
60 7-1/2 2297 780
64 8 2616 900
72 9 3306 1090
80 10 4089 1344
88 11 4954 1626
96 12 5892 1950
104 13 6911 2320
112 14 8024 2670
120 15 9198 3050

Noted: based on double braided anchor rope and other sizes are available upon request.

Advantages OF Advantages OF MARINE ANCHOR Line

Discover the Advantages of Duracordix Anchor Line!

Superior Elasticity

Our nylon anchor rope provides excellent shock absorption, allowing for smoother anchoring by mitigating sudden force spikes during turbulent waters.


Crafted with precision, our marine rope resists UV rays, saltwater, and abrasion, ensuring longevity and reduced wear and tear in marine environments.

Weight Balance

Capitalizing on nylon's unique properties, our anchor rope delivers an unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio, providing safety without the added bulk.

Anti-Twist Design

Our marine anchor rope is meticulously engineered to prevent kinks and twists, facilitating effortless deployment and ensuring stress-free retrieval operations.

What They Said

Trusted Voices: Why Mariners Choose Our Marine Anchor Rope.

Your nylon anchor rope is the most reliable and durable rope I've used. It's easy to handle and performs exceptionally well in harsh marine conditions

John Smith

I highly recommend Duracordix's anchor rope for its strength, durability, and resistance to moisture and UV rays. It's the perfect rope for my boating needs.

Sarah Brown

I've used Duracordix's anchor rope for years and have never been disappointed. It's a high-quality rope that provides excellent value for its price.

Lisa Rodriguez

Duracordix's nylon anchor rope is my go-to choice for all boating needs. It's reliable, durable, and provides excellent shock absorption. I highly recommend it

David Lee


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Clarifying Queries:Unveiling Key Answers on Our Nylon Marine Anchor Rope

Marine anchor rope, also known as anchor line or rode, is a rope or chain that is used to anchor a vessel to the seabed.

Marine anchor ropes can be made from a variety of materials, including nylon, polyester, polypropylene, and chain.

Factors to consider when selecting an anchor rope include the size and weight of the vessel, the depth and type of seabed, and the prevailing weather conditions.

Maintaining your marine anchor lines involve regular inspections for wear and tear, cleaning to remove dirt and salt buildup, and proper storage to prevent kinking or twisting.

Common types of marine anchor rope constructions include three-strand twisted rope, double-braid rope, and multi-strand rope.

To set the anchor, slowly lower it to the bottom and let out enough rope so that the scope is at least 7-10:1. Back down on the rope until the anchor is firmly embedded in the seabed. To retrieve the anchor, slowly bring the vessel over the anchor while pulling the rope in.

The length of the anchor rope should be at least 7-10 times the depth of the water in which you plan to anchor.


  1. Prepare the Rope End:

    • Measure approximately 2 feet from the end of the rope and mark it. This will be the bury point.
    • Unwind the 12 strands slightly, just enough to work with, and tape or bind the individual strand ends to prevent fraying.
  2. Form the Desired Loop:

    • From the mark, bend the rope to create the desired loop size.
  3. Begin the Bury:

    • Using the fid or tube, open the rope at the marked bury point.
    • Insert the tapered rope end into the fid.
    • Push the fid through the center of the rope, ensuring you're not catching any strands. This will bury the end inside the rope.
  4. Pull and Tighten:

    • Once the fid comes out the other end, pull the rope's end through until the loop is at the desired size.
    • Tighten the loop by milking the rope cover over the buried section from the loop end towards the tail end.
  5. Lock Stitch (Optional but Recommended):

    • Using a needle and whipping twine, sew several lock stitches across the throat of the splice (where the buried section starts).
    • This will help secure the splice, especially when the rope is under load.
  6. Trim and Finish:

    • Cut off any excess tail close to the exit point from the bury.
    • For synthetic ropes, you can melt the tip slightly to prevent fraying. Exercise caution to avoid damaging the rope.

To attach anchor rope to chain, use a shackle or other appropriate connection method.

Nylon is the most popular material for anchor lines due to its strength, stretchability, and resistance to UV rays and abrasion.

1.Assess Strength Needs:
Consider equipment weight, maximum load capacity, and safety factors for suitable nylon rope strength.

2.Choose Rope Diameter:
Balance strength and handling by selecting a diameter based on specific requirements.

3.Evaluate Abrasion Resistance:
Pick a rope with high-quality braiding and coating for lasting durability in demanding applications.

4.Analyze Stretch/Elasticity:
Determine required stretch for anchoring or towing, and choose a rope that meets those needs.

5.Ensure UV/Chemical Resistance:
Select a rope with UV protection and chemical resistance for enhanced longevity and durability.

6.Review Packaging/Storage:
Duracordix ensures proper packaging and storage to prevent product damage during transit.

7.Prioritize After-sales Support:
Our dedicated service team addresses concerns and guarantees satisfaction with our products.

The frequency with which you should replace your marine anchor rope depends on a number of factors, including how often you use it, the conditions in which you use it, and the type of rope you have. As a general rule, you should replace your rope if it shows signs of wear or damage.

Twisted ropes are made by twisting multiple strands of fibers together, while braided ropes are made by weaving multiple strands together. Braided ropes are generally stronger and more durable than twisted ropes.

3 strand synthetic anchor rope is a type of rope construction that consists of three strands twisted together.

No, it's not recommended to use a regular rope as a marine anchor rope. Marine anchor ropes are designed specifically to withstand the harsh conditions of the marine environment and are typically made of materials that are resistant to salt, UV light, and abrasion.

A swivel in a marine anchor rope helps to prevent the rope from twisting or kinking, which can weaken the rope over time and cause it to break.

Synthetic anchor rope is a rope made from synthetic materials, while chain is a metal chain used for anchoring. Synthetic anchor ropes are generally more flexible and lighter than chain but may not be as durable.

It is recommended to inspect your marine anchor rope before each use and periodically throughout the boating season to ensure it is in good condition.

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