Mooring techniques

In case of the risk of bad weather, it is wise to use a second anchor, to avoid coming loose. When using two anchors they must be of the same technology to work in the same fashion.

Backing an anchor.
This consists of using two anchors. If the two do not work on the bottom, the first, closest the boat reduces the load on the rear permitting it to find a hold.

This amounts to placing two anchors in a v in front of the boat. The manoeuvre is delicate because it is necessary to raise the first anchor before disposing of the second.

Trip line
. In crowded anchorages or on rocky bottoms, it is advisable to put a rope on the anchor. If the anchor is stuck, just pull on the rope to release. One can use the Ocean buoy with cordage relative to the depth and currents of the water.