This is a shallow bay (both in terms of the water depth, and the amount it intrudes into the coastline), and is not easy to anchor in. We took a tour of the mooring field, looking for a spot that had perhaps been overlooked in the placing of mooring balls, but there just wasn't one. So we ended up anchoring at the outside of the mooring field, well exposed to the pretty substantial current.
Usually I am pretty good at picking a spot to drop the anchor, but here I failed; the current flowing thru the bay threw me off. We ended up too close to a moored boat and had to move. The second time I did better. But still, we were unsure how things would sort out after the tide change. So we set an alarm for 15 minutes before the change (01:00) and went to bed.
As it turned out we were OK, and we gladly snuggled into our berths for the remainder of the nite.