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Sorry!

Gents,

My sincerest apologies for spewing Fortress commercials in a couple recent posts on this thread.

I think I got into trouble when asked for the differences between Danforth and Fortress, as it was hard for me to discuss differences without also mentioning what I believe are advantages, and I think I got a little carried away from there.

Sorry again!

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Thank You!

Gents,

As it appears that this post has wound down, I would like to thank you all for taking the time to read and respond to it.

I believe that many worthwhile insights and opinions were shared, and I wish you the best in fun & safety on the water.

Enjoy,
Brian Sheehan

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Final note

I thought you guys might to see the very first Fortress anchor.

Ain't she a beauty?

Take care,
Brian

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Thanks Brian for your reply. It was very informative. Now I know the difference.
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