Like an agricultural plough, Delta and plough anchors drag when pulled hard enough, digging a furrow on the sea bed. Delta anchors are more effective, as they have a tip loading weight of around 28% of the anchor's weight, while a CQR has a tip loading of around 14% - the higher the tip loading, the more effective the anchor is at ploughing into the seabed. The CQR (Clyde Quick Release, not "secure") has the advantage over the Delta of being hinged, thereby allowing more movement when the tide turns, before pulling out and re-setting.

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Galvanised Delta Type Anchor

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