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Fortress Guardian Anchors

Fortress Guardian Anchors

Description

The Guardian Anchor comes in nine sizes capable of anchoring boats between 12 and 41 feet.

Features

  • Precision-machined from aluminum alloy
  • Can be disassembled for storage
  • Corrosion resistant and rustproof
List Price
$65.50
Your Price
$56.69
In Stock

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Details

Benefiting from years of Fortress Anchor research and development, the Guardian anchors offer excellent quality, performance, and economy. Made from the same high tensile, corrosion resistant aluminum magnesium alloy as the Marine Anchors, the Guardian anchors provide years of service at an affordable cost.

 

Guardian anchors are available in five sizes, capable of anchoring boats between 12 and 41 feet. Built with slightly smaller extrusion profiles and minimal added features, the Guardian anchors are an affordable alternative to the Marine Anchors. 

 

All Guardian Anchors feature Mud Palms designed to help the anchor set faster in any type of sea bottom. Mud Palms are a set of plates that bolt on the crown of the anchor. They create a lift to the crown of the anchor, causing the flukes to point more directly to the seabed, helping set the anchor faster in any sea bottom. 

What's Included:
  • (1) Guardian Anchor
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Fortress Guardian Anchors G-5 G-5 guardian anchor for boat lengths 12-16 feet, 3 pounds
$56.69
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Fortress Guardian Anchors G-7 G-7 guardian anchor for boat lengths 17-22 feet, 4 pounds
$70.01
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Fortress Guardian Anchors G-11 G-11 guardian anchor for boat lengths 23-27 feet, 6 pounds
$95.84
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Fortress Guardian Anchors G-16 G-16 guardian anchor for boat lengths 28-33 feet, 7 pounds
$133.81
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Fortress Guardian Anchors G-23 G-23 guardian anchor for boat lengths 34-41 feet, 13 pounds
$210.74
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Fortress G-37 18lb Guardian Anchor f/42'-47' Boats G-37 G-37 guardian anchor for boat lengths 42-47 feet, 18 pounds
$330.93
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Fortress G-55 29lb Guardian Anchor f/48'-53' Boats G-55 G-55 guardian anchor for boat lengths 48-53 feet, 29 pounds
$488.79
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Fortress G-85 42lb Guardian Anchor f/54'-62' Boats G-85 G-85 guardian anchor for boat lengths 54-62 feet, 42 pounds
$719.23
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Fortress G-125 65lb Guardian Anchor f/63'-72' Boats G-125 G-125 guardian anchor for boat lengths 63-72 feet, 65 pounds
$1065.77
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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