Attach rodes and marker floats to anchors.
Thread chaffing gear onto anchor rodes.
Anchor at least 5 boat lengths from others
Drop primary anchor using primary rode from locker. Reverse into it HARD. Ping it.
Motor perpendicular to expected wind (SE normally), letting out 150' plus chain from primary anchor (150' is marked by two green tapes on rode).
Drop secondary anchor using long spare anchor rode. Reverse into it HARD. Ping it.
Let out 150' plus chain from secondary anchor (150' is marked by two green tapes on rode), and let boat drop back.
Drop tertiary anchor using shorter spare anchor rode. Reverse into it HARD. Ping it.
Bring all rodes in to 75'-80' plus chain to have right scope (75' is marked by three white tapes on rodes).
Allow for surge, and enough slack for the boat to rotate over the rodes.
Run all rodes to secondary cleat.
Tie chaffing gear into place.
Put small anchor off stern on short rode
Tape ziplocks with info cards to cockpit
(Tape in port middle wall locker. Ziplocks with info cards in port emergency cupboard aft of head.)
Lock boat as usual. Put cable tie on transom locker (to allow quick access to bilge pump)
(Cable ties in starboard forepeak drawer.)
Visit boat daily to check for twisted anchor lines