Amel Super Maramu 2000
Lots of people made fun, of the amount of fenders I had.
My philosophy is that fenders are a lot cheaper than repairing a scratch on the hull to repair or an insurance deductible.
I often heard the excuses such as: "I always anchor I don't need them", but eventually you need to come into a marina or dock for provisioning, repair, refuel, or take refuge... and even at anchor, even thought I never had an issue, I would use them as some neighbors were too closed.
I could write for hours on all the times I was happy having all these fenders. In Bahamian or Dominican marinas, some neighbors rubbed.
Then there was my own mistakes, misjudging distance or arriving too early in Staniel cay (post Hurricane Joaquin) , and being pushed against the T Dock. Other time, like in Emerald Bay and Turks & Caicos, the winter wind was so strong (42 kt off the beam) and squeeze the 15 fenders, if I only had 4 I would have been scratches.
So better be safe than sorry, I had fenders from various shape and sizes.