A short film about the world famous surf spot.
Anchor Point, or “Anka Point,” is a long, warm-water point break that sits just north of the fishing village-turned-surf town of Taghazout in Morocco. First surfed by Australians in the 1960’s, this world class break lights up when a medium to large NW swell is present. An endless succession of speed walls and cutback hooks present themselves with a more sandy section down the point offering occasional barrels. Working well on all tides, it also can give the opportunity to ride back into Taghazout when it is huge.