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Fortress Commando Anchor System

Fortress Commando Anchor System

Description

The Fortress Commando Anchor System includes a G-5 anchor, anchor rope, chain, shackle and storage bag.

Features

  • Quickly assembles without tools
  • Dupont CORDURA storage bag can be permanently attached to vessel
  • Lightweight and highly-portable system
List Price
$171.50
Your Price
$132.33
In Stock

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Details

The Commando Anchor System offers a lightweight and portable solution for deployment on small boats. A Guardian G-5 anchor, braided nylon rope, high tensile galvanized steel chain, a galvanized shackle, and a stowaway bag are all included in the anchor system. The high-tech aluminum alloy Guardian Utility Anchor is quickly assembled without tools and disassembled for storage inside the rugged Dupont CORDURA Plus storage bag. Weighing less than 9 pounds altogether, the Commando is ideal for inflatables, bass boats, personal watercrafts, runabouts, tenders, and ski boats.

Notable Specifications:
  • Weight: 8.5 pounds
  • Anchor: G-5 anchor
  • Rope Length: 150 feet of braided nylon rope
  • Chain Length: 6 feet of high tensile galvanized steel chain
  • Shackle: 1/4" galvanized shackle
What's Included:
  • (1) G-5 Anchor
  • (1) Anchor rope
  • (1) Chain
  • (1) Shackle
  • (1) Storage bag
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Fortress Commando Anchor System C5-A Commando anchor system, includes G-5 anchor, anchor rope, chain, shackle and storage bag
$132.33
In Stock

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