An active yacht club's manual for learning to sail and using the club's boats. Includes good introduction (no pictures) to one- and two-anchor sets and retrievals in heavily tidal waters.
A 40-year-liveaboard couple describe their unconventional techniques for anchoring that allow them to use less chain and more nylon, keel the boat from wandering at anchor, and solve other anchoring problems.
Advice on laying multiple anchors for storm protection. Geared to the company's attachment system but useful advice for anyone.
A slightly curmudgeonly singlehanded sailor gives very readable advice on the importance of routine, anchoring methods, line handling, exhaustion, weather windows, emergencies, grounding, and age.
Elementary primer on rudder action, turning under power, stopping, prop walk, and anxiety, followed by instructions for good anchoring technique. Diagrams and photos.