Article of the Day: The Anchor

Article of the Day:
The Anchor

An anchor is a device cast overboard to secure a ship, boat, or other floating object by means of weight, friction, or hooks called flukes. In ancient times, anchors were often merely large stones, bags or baskets of stones, bags of sand, or, as with the Egyptians, lead-weighted logs. The Greeks are credited with the first use of iron anchors, while the Romans had metal devices with arms similar to modern anchors. What anchoring technique is used in “ultimate storm” conditions? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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