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January 28, 2007

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Pat

Sounds like yet another instance in which an anchor could have been a race-winning tool... and an important safety measure. We have a compact folding anchor that meets class requirements for Carol Anne's boat, plus a couple of Danforth-type anchors for our Mac trailer cruiser.

DriverTuner

Great exprience with the author. They had drifted backward behind him but he couldn't tell in the fog.
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