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ADVERTORIAL WHAT’S UP DOCK


NautiBuoy’s C-Dock is the docking station for SEABOBS. Launched in November 2016 their patented design has gone from strength to strength and now even fits the Ibiza Lift e-Foil


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autiBuoy’s C-Dock is the first solo and modular docking system available that is compatible with


Seabobs, the hugely popular underwater scooter which is a must have on board. The C-Dock is a modular addition to the phenomenally successful, award winning, Nautibuoy inflatable platform range.


Designed to avoid the need for repetitive lifting of Seabobs in and out of the water, the simple design provides a drive-in / drive- out solution, which keeps the Seabob safe, secure and protected.


We had a number of


requests to make a docking system and decided to be the first company to create an ‘off-the-shelf’ product


With the advance in popularity of e-foils, NautiBuoy has since discovered that the C-Dock also perfectly fits Lift e-foils. Just a simple change in strap design is required. Each C-Dock now comes with straps suitable for both the SEABOB and e-Foil, which are easy to switch out for your required use.


Clay Builder, Co-Founder of Nautibuoy, comments, “Through talking to our customers, we realised that the majority


of


yacht owners who have our platforms, also have Seabobs, but there was a universal issue on where the Seabobs could be kept that was both safe, close to hand and easy to use when required. We had a number of requests to make a docking system and decided to be the first company to create an ‘off-the-shelf’ product, which was compatible with both the F5, F5S and F5SR Seabob models. Offering a handy ‘garage’ at water level, our C-Dock gives both yacht owners and crew peace of mind that their Seabobs are protected, whether that is from other yachts, jet-skis or other watersports equipment.


We also wanted it to work for all Seabob owners though, and not just those with a yacht. Our C-Dock means you can anchor or tether your Seabob anywhere, with our easy to use secure straps which hold the Seabob in place. Plus, the C-Dock is the perfect size to secure and store the e-foils that are gaining in popularity. The same drive in drive out principle adheres.”


This latest addition to the NautiBuoy range works on its own or in conjunction with any of Nautibuoy’s platform lines. Available in two options, the Sports C-Dock offers a unique ‘RIB collar’ style solution which is super lightweight, stowable and quick to inflate.


Lifting, sliding on large movements of the C-Dock on the water surface is prevented by the 40 litre (10.5 gallon) ballast bag which is designed to be simple to use and easy to empty.


The Voyager C-Dock also features a luxurious teak finish and drop stitch core. Compatible with all sizes in the platform range, the Voyager C-Dock offers a smooth continuation of the Nautibuoy teak platform lines.


Our recent purchase of sea bob docking stations proved an instant success, providing guests ease of access to the Seabobs while swimming. Quality and refinement is consistent with the rest of the NautiBuoy product range. Motor Yacht DRIZZLE Yacht DRIZZLE


For more details Tel: +44 (0)1364 643 921 or visit www.nautibuoymarine.com


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