i dont know too much
both boats off one hook?
let me ask you if you know the anchorage over there? what the bottom? mud rocks?how deep, how long your rope? what anchor you dropping? how much chain you got on the anchor?
then there are the vairables like wind and tide and sea conditions
general idea is provided you have the recomended anchor design for bottom, and weight to hold i
s to slow down and stop up wind the distance of your intended drop back of your disered spot, drop the anchor till it hits bottom and reverse, care not to foul the rope in your prop
reverse or let wind carry you back to the recomnded "set" depending on depth and conditions,
wrap the line around the cleat then i then put boat in reverse and pull back on the anchor with motor,
to really dig the anchor in bottom(probally would not do in a rockey bottom due to possibly gettng the ancoor stuck) to the sand or mud. now tie off the rope securely and post a lookout for a little bit to make sure your not drifting on your anchor
then i would feel good and let the other boat tie up to mine, again lookout for if its dragging
then i would wake up when the tide changed to check she is still holding or if wind picks up or sometrhing changes
if you know what kind of anchor you boats have and them other questions, i am sure others can be more helpful