Wireless Anchor Monitoring System

How often did you have a bad night of sleep because you were worried about your whether or not your anchor would stay in position? After finding that ideal spot, a boater just wants to drop the anchor and forget about it. Deep Blue Marine’s Anchor Alert, engineered by Ascend Marine, offers boaters peace of mind through a new wireless anchor monitoring system.
“Unlike GPS units that can sound annoying false alarms from boat swing, Anchor Alert only signals a warning if the anchor moves. A GPS system sounds an anchor alarm if a boat travels farther than a specified distance. To avoid recurring false alarms, boaters often have to adjust this setting every few hours due to wind or tide changes. The only way to accurately gauge anchor movement is by attaching a movement detection device, such as Anchor Alert’s transponder, to the anchor point.”

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