If you are sailing in one direction with 1 or 2 winged sails and then you drop the anchor, the boat will keep drifting indefinitely in the direction that was set before dropping the anchor, and turning the wheel to change course is completely ignored. I've attached a video "Sails" to illustrate this. In a similar way, you can open the winged sails while the anchor is dropped and the boat will stay in place but if you then row in one direction once, the boat will keep drifting forever that way and the direction of sails is again completely ignored. I've also attached a video "Oar" to illustrate this.
This makes navigating through sea stack, salt formations, and sea weeds only possible with an oar and not with sails as it is not possible to change directions with sails while the anchor is dropped.
- Sail in one direction with 1 or 2 winged sails
- Drop the anchor
- change direction of the sails and it will be ignored. the boat will keep drifting in the original direction forever.
- heave the winged sails while the anchor is dropped and then row in one direction, try to change direction of the boat using the steering wheel. Sails direction ignored even though the oar is capable of changing the direction. It is illogical for the oar to stronger than 2 winged sails.