John is right. also...
If you see there is a couple, and she is driving the boat and he drops the anchor
and they dig in. Then she goes below after turning off the engine
...and he walks around a bit not doing anything...then goes and checks the anchor
by pulling on it a few times...then she comes up...and he says something to her...and her arms wave around a bit and she shakes her head
...and he says something else with his arms out with a "wha?" on his face...and she goes down below...and he goes to the companionway
and says something more which really wasnt necessary...and there is more noise
below...and the sound of something crashing...and then she comes out and he goes to the bow...and she starts the engine
...and he lets out some more achor line...actually MUCH MUCH more scope
for the depth
conditions than EVER necessary for these poor water
which takes up more swinging room for other poor tired yachts coming in the lagoon
...and she REVS the engine and pulls the boat backwards to get a dig...n then goes below...
DO NOT APPROACH THIS BOAT FOR ANY REASON WHAT SO EVER!
BE PREPARED TO MOVE QUICKLY
DO NOT LOOK THEN IN THE EYESS!!!AZZZ
take a risk tomorrow by approaching them ON LAND ONLY! (to bring up swinging issues