Juneau, Alaska - July:
"I always sleep with one eye open when anchored in Handtroller's Cove during a blow; mostly because of other
boats dragging their anchors and running into us. I must say in the two and a half years we've owned the
ALLWEATHER we've never dragged anchor even with two boats tied together. We operate the boat year round and
have weathered some pretty nasty stuff.
"Early the next morning about 5:00 a.m. I got up just in time to fend a 28 foot flying bridge Bayliner. He was heading
for shore so Denise and I tied them off to the ALLWEATHER. The wind was blowing so hard I couldn't wake them by
shouting so we gave them a shot with the foghorn. They were very surprised to find themselves tied off to our boat
but glad just the same. We had coffee together while the wind whipped us around but our Bruce anchor never
slipped an inch. We meet a lot of people that way on the ALLWEATHER."
Art and Denise Chase
I found this in the Allweather site. Don't often see such a testimonial for Bruce anchors.
North Western Washington State USA