Originally Posted by camaraderie
There were only about 50-60 boats in the lagoon but only a few were spared. 40 of 46 at anchor were sunk or driven ashore. Funny but only the derelict boats seemed to survive...guess they were better attached to the bottom than all the Deltas,Spades,Rocnas etc. could manage...
Of course, this is probably due to the fact that the longer an anchor sits, the better seated it becomes... and derelict boats may have had their anchors set deeper than the "cruising" boats, as their anchors may have been set months previous...
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