Use this feature to show the "watch circle" for each wave buoy. With a flexible mooring, this depicts how far each wave buoy can naturally stretch and drift beyond its anchor point with the waves and currents. The maximum radius for this watch circle is 1.73 times the ocean depth at the anchored location. At any given time, the wave buoy could be located anywhere within this watch circle. Below is an example near Majuro Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), with an anchor depth of 540 m and a watch circle radius of 934 m.