AN19 Mushroom Anchor
◆ Large mushroom anchors are used for moorings or securing buoys. Small mushroom anchors may be effective in the softest river bottom but have minimal holding power. They should be used only for personal watercrafts, small aluminum fishing boats, or dinghies.
A mushroom anchor is a type of boat anchor that is designed to hold a watercraft in place by burying itself into the sediment or bottom of a body of water. It has a round, heavy head that resembles a mushroom, which allows it to easily sink into the sediment. The stem of the anchor is connected to a chain or rope that attaches to the boat.
Mushroom anchors are commonly used in calm waters, such as lakes and rivers, and are effective in holding small to medium-sized boats in place. Due to their shape, they are less likely to become entangled in underwater obstacles compared to other types of anchors.
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