Tried looking for information on an older post but found nothing. Just read a thread on a down south forum where an aluminum boat sank due to a corroded plug that fell out. Got me thinking, I am going to possibly be mooring my aluminum in salt next season and don't want to fall victim to something like that. I presently have a threaded stainless plug which is only ever plugged in when I'm in the water. (yes teflon tape is applied each time and cleaned off after each use) I guess my question is whether the stainless plug (which came from the manufacturer, bought the boat new) is safe for continued use or if I should be using an aluminum or teflon plug. I do understand galvanic reaction. Thanks!