Hmmm. Let's see....you've got an Oyster
66 and you're worried about anchoring in 52-knot winds?
Get a bigger anchor!
Forget about a second anchor. Forget about a stern anchor. Forget about beckets and all that jazz.
Just put down a very good anchor, lots of rode
, and ride it out. Set an anchor watch.
It's a good idea during the worst of it to have the engine
ticking over, in case the anchor drags.
My boat sails
at anchor, too. And we've gone thru nights at anchor with 50-knot plus winds all night. All-chain rode
. Anchor well set. Boat doesn't sail as much in those strong winds...acts more like a wind vane