The "STEALTH" Anchor - "What A GRIP"!
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2727 6th Ave. S., St. Petersburg
FL 33712, USA
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01/29/09
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Ground Tackle Force Load (GFTL)...

What anchor does your boat need?
Based on your boat’s unique characteristics, we can determine the true GTFL from nature forces, as wind and wave surge-forces,
that your boat and mooring gears, will be exposed to, in dif
ferent wind speeds (15, 30, 42, 60, 120 knots).  This valuable information allows any boat owner to better understand his boat, how it reacts and what mooring gear and Hans "Stealth" Anchor should be used in different wind speeds and types of bottoms!  Our page, "Safe Anchoring" is also recommended to study to perform a safe mooring and anchoring!
This GTFL data sheet (pdf-file) is yours after submitting the required data of your boat with E-mail address (for us to respond).      Thank you!
 

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Your anchor today & weight:
 
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* Required to be able to return the data.  
1. - Estimate the drag-coefficient for your boat from the table below.  
2. - If the Drag-Coefficient is unknown use (A.) 1.20 for additional security
3. - Then fill out all fields to the right and submit your information.
4. - The result really helps you know your boat better!
DRAG-COEFFICIENT factor: (dimensionless)
Shows the wind resistance, friction force, a boat have depending on shape and type of boat. 
For greater security use A (1.20).
  DCF.  Boat Shape  Type of boat.
A. 1.20  Bulky  Floating Dock,  Barge, Buoy, Sailing Bark, Freighter
B. 1.00  Heavy  Pontoon Boat, Fishing Boat (heavy), Cruise Ship
C. 0.90  Normal  Sailboat (heavy), Motor Sailor & Yacht (heavy), Oil Tanker
D. 0.85  Light  Sailboat, Motor Yacht, Cabin Cruiser, Cruising Catamaran
E. 0.70  Very Light  Racing Sailboat, Day Cruiser, Modern Ocean Liner
F. 0.60  Stream-Line  Cigarette Speedboat, Racing Tri-Maran, Sail Dinghy
G. 0.55  Ultra SL  Ultra Streamlined,  Seaplane
  Boat Model & Manufacturer
  Boat type: Power or Sail
  Hull type: Mono or Multi
  Drag coefficient: Estimated

D.Coff.

  LOA: Length Over All  feet / (meter).
  LOW: Length Of Water line  feet / (meter).
  Beam: Width  feet / (meter).
  HHOW: Hull Height Over Water  feet / (meter).
  Draught:  feet / (meter).
  Total weight: Displacement  Lb. / (Kg).

 Please use Feet & Lb. or Meter & Kg.

The information you provide is confidential and shall never be shared without your permission.

     Thank you for your interest!