Q: 20 ft of water how much anchor line?

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Assuming you are on a boat and you are using a standard sized anchor, then if the water is 20 feet deep you'd use 20 feet of line.

217 - 20 = 197 Therefore, it is 197 feet between the seabed (and anchor) and the sea level.

20 teaspoons of water is 100 grams

20 cm of water is about 1.96 kPa.

I can hold 20 liters of water.

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Assuming you are on a boat and you are using a standard sized anchor, then if the water is 20 feet deep you'd use 20 feet of line.

Assuming you are on a boat and you are using a standard sized anchor, then if the water is 20 feet deep you'd use 20 feet of line.

The length of anchor line is called "Scope" by mariners. The scope of your anchor line should be 5 to 7 times the depth of water that you're anchored in. It should never be less than 3 times the depth. In other words if you usually anchor where the water is 20 feet deep you should have a MINIMUM of 100 feet of line.

You are anchoring your boat. The water is 20 feet deep. How much anchor line should you use?

You are anchoring your boat. The water is 20 feet deep. How much anchor line should you use?

217 - 20 = 197 Therefore, it is 197 feet between the seabed (and anchor) and the sea level.

It took 20 horses to pull titanics anchor and at its time was the bigest anchor ever forged and for some time after that. but I do not know how large it was.

-197 ft.

20 draft horses were used to pull the 15 ton main anchor.

20 teaspoons of water is 100 grams

Murphy Brown - 1988 The Fifth Anchor 6-20 was released on: USA: 7 March 1994

the plimsoll line tells you when youve reached the loading limit on the ship(gross weight). Say its 20 000 tonnes, then youve displaced 20 000 tonnes of water (archemides principle). Where this equates to the water line on the hull is the plimsoll line. Variation due to water density and temperature will also be taken into account