There is little evidence that anchoring does actually do any real damage as you will see from the BORG reports - unlike the chains of the existing moorings. There are doubts as to whether the EFMs will actually work in this location and they will require significant funding to install and maintain.I understand well the need for a safe haven in Studland and have used it many years ago transiting from I.O.W. and might soon need appreciate it getting my 5th boat from purchaser in Chichester back down West. However I also value eelgrass. Would not a few Environmentally Friendly Moorings be a good idea? After all most of us don't love raising and lowering anchors and it would limit scouring of the bottom, as less boats would need to anchor. Is a compromise not possible to deflect complete exclusion?