Boat sun awning
cockpitstainless steel frame

boat sun awning
boat sun awning
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Characteristics

Application domain
for boats
Function
cockpit
Structure
stainless steel frame

Description

Attached to the wheelhouse, it offers you a convivial space for leisure and relaxation covering 2/3 of the aft cockpit, fully foldable. Practical and fixed to the wheelhouse, it protects from the sun while leaving the space for necessary fishing movements. Unlike the wheelhouse canopy (fitted to the width of the wheelhouse), this product is fitted to the model of the boat as configurations are more complex, due to cockpit access. NV advantages: Protects the central part of the cockpit. Clears the cockpit to port and starboard to free up fishing space on some models. First set-up time of less than 45 minutes, and product installation in less than 5 minutes. Fast folding of the canvas for wintering. Installation instructions supplied with attachment kit Made in France. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION: 316L stainless steel telescopic arches, main arch held by stainless steel collars on existing handrails. The fishing protection is installed on the same rail as the sun awning and the rear closure. The two supports holding the main arch attach to plates, the tension is provided by tensioners attached to the supports or by straps depending on the configuration of the boat. The arch can withstand a load of maximum 40kg. NV TIPS: Sun protections must always be tightened to ensure that the product holds up well, providing effective and long-lasting protection. During the overwintering period, it is best to remove the shades and store them in a dry place to prevent mould. Regular cleaning of the canvas covers is necessary. Do not use abrasive products. Do not machine wash

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