Three anchors were discovered on the site. These anchors were not used by the ship, but carried as cargo.
All three of the anchors were single-fluked and had ground tackle rings in their crowns. Two of the anchors were of the same pattern, with the third being markedly different with a sharper rise of fluke. Single-fluked anchors were used for permanent moorings (the high tide range in UK waters meant that being moored to a two-fluked anchor might put your ship in danger of holing its hull on its own anchor, if the water was shallow enough). These were intended to set up moorings in Matanzas Bay for military or merchant ships, as part of the general goal of turning East Florida into a productive and lucrative colony.
It was beneath the anchors that the preponderance of small artifacts were recovered, including 0.69 caliber lead shot, four six pound iron shot, a copper alloy tea kettle, a round copper ring or base, and much more.