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post #42 of Old 11-28-2007
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My boat doesn't move much at anchor, since I believe in heavy ground tackle as a form a cheap insurance for a good night's rest. You sound like you anchor like a powerboater.

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Originally Posted by wiseleyb View Post
SD: My boat seems to move along quite nicely at anchor - maybe you need a higher horse power anchor! You'd think your multi-hull windage would do the trick though. Let me know if you need any help and I'll throw you some tips.

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