With Beach Bags you'll go just about anywhere on Lake Powell. Before Beach Bags, anchoring on sand meant digging up to six 3ft deep holes and burying fluke anchors. No one wants to do that. Anchoring on rock meant drilling and pinning. That's destroying Lake Powell. Beach Bags offer an easy, legal, no-trace alternative.
This instructional video from Beach Bags provides a quick review of all the items you receive with each Beach Bags Anchor rental.
Beach Bags are loaded with features that make anchoring your houseboat easier. Check out this video to learn about the key filling, draining and rigging elements of the Beach Bags Anchoring System.
Proper anchor placement is essential for houseboat safety. Watch this instructional video to learn about two very important considerations when placing your Beach Bags Anchors: angle in relation to your houseboat and positioning your Beach Bags on different surfaces.
Filling and rigging your Beach Bags Anchor System is a simple and straightforward process. We call it Flop, Fill and Chill. This video reviews all the key elements to help you get your anchors deployed and doing their job quickly and safely ... so you can get out and play.
Beach Bags Anchors work as well on sand as they do on rock ... and you'll never have to break your back digging 3 foot holes in the desert heat to properly burry fluke anchors again. In this first of 2 videos on sand anchoring you'll learn everything you need to know about setting-up, filling and rigging your Bag on sand shorelines.
Filling Beach Bags Anchors quickly is our priority. That's why every Beach Bags System rental comes equipped with a portable, gas-powered pump (and a full tank of gas). Review this video to learn how to operate your pump and fill your Bags at 150 - 300 gallons per minute.
The ultimate way to fill Beach Bags is with an inboard pump. Watch and learn how the Beach Bags team fills anchors super fast via an internally installed, 7 hp electric pump. Capable of filling Beach Bags Anchors at rates up to 350 gpm, the system includes a remote control and can even fill multiple Anchors simultaneously.
This instructional video introduces tightrope, Beach Bags game-changing product for keeping houseboat anchor lines tight. An innovative block and tackle pulley system, tightrope attaches quickly to Beach Bags Anchors and makes pulling easier so anyone can get their anchor lines 4X tighter.
Take a deeper dive into tightrope. By combining robust mechanical engineering and clever craftsmanship with premium materials, and years of houseboating, climbing and sailing experience, Beach Bags has developed the ideal solution for increasing houseboat safety by keeping houseboat anchor lines properly tensioned.
Beach Bags Anchors are specifically designed to drain quickly and pack efficiently. This video teaches you the tips and tricks of striking Beach Bags so you'll be on your way in no time.
In this second video detailing how to use Beach Bags on Lake Powell's sand covered shorelines, you'll learn the finer points of draining and re-packing your Anchors. When draining on sand be sure to extend the snorkel into the lake to prevent beach erosion.
Beach Bags Anchors are incredibly durable and built from the same materials used on the river rafts running the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. In the rare event a pin-hole leak occurs, we've included a field repair kit with your Beach Bags rental. Watch this video to learn how to quickly and easily patch small leaks.