What are parts of anchor?

All portable modern anchors have four parts in common:
  1. One or more flukes (palms, arms, claw, or plow) to contact and dig into the seafloor.
  2. A shank, the shaft or stem that is pulled to set (bury) the fluke (the fluke tip is known as the pee, point, or bill).
  3. A crown (or base or heel) that connects the fluke(s) to the shaft.
  4. The anchor ring (or eye or shackle), by means of which the anchor is attached to the rode.