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New Boat Owner's Kit For Boats Up To 24'

Item # 72540
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Key Features

  • Two 5.5" x 20" Tuff Shield Fenders

  • Two 5' Fender Lines

  • One Double Braid Dock Line, Two Snubber Dock Lines

  • One #8 Fluke-Style Galvanized Anchor Kit

  • One Telescoping Boat Hook


Our Price  $198.92
Sale Price  $145.90
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Dockmate 5' Fender Line, 2-pack
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Overton's Floating Telescoping Boat Hook Included

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Dockmate Premium Double Braid Nylon Dock Line, 3/8" x 15'
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Dockmate Tuff Shield Fender, 5-1/2" x 20"
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Overton's #8 Fluke-Style Galvanized Boat Anchor Kit Included

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Dockmate Snubber Dock Line, 4'
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New Boat Owner's Kit For Boats Up To 24'
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overtons This New Boat Owner's Kit is a great way to get started with your boating experience. Package comes with necessary essentials for boats up to 24' long.

New Boat Owner's Kit includes:
• 2 Dockmate Tuff Shield Fenders, 5.5" x 20"
• 2 Dockmate 5' Fender Lines with built-in loop for easy adjustment
• 1 Dockmate Premium Double Braid Nylon Dock Line, 3/8" x 15'
• 2 Dockmate 4' Snubber Dock Lines, stretches to 5.75'
• 1 Overton's #8 Fluke Style Galvanized Anchor Kit with anchor, 100' nylon anchor line with thimble, 6' galvanized chain, and two shackles
• 1 Overton's Floating Telescoping Boat Hook, adjusts from 53" to 92"

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