Originally Posted by ranger42c
May be useful to start another thread, identify the anchor you don't have confidence in, examine from there...
Haven't had an anchor thread in the last 10 minutes or so...
OK, Chris... I'll bite... Regarding Anchors!
Cause after all... isn't it "anchor-holding capability" that is main reason boaters [Captains especially] feel need
to often get up and check circumstances? However, if you want to it is U who must start the new thread!! I'll say my piece here...
As there are many well designed anchors; each capable of good holding capability. Seems pretty simple to me that the anchor, its rode material [type] and scope of rode boaters use should always be well larger than recommended for a particular size boat.
What your anchoring need
comes down to:
1. Use an anchor larger than you need
2. Use rode heavier-duty than you need
3. Anchor in locations where more scope can be played out than you need
Reason for doing those three needed
anchoring particulars - because you need
a good night's sleep!!