NautiBuoy Marine has announced an innovative docking station for Seabobs, the C-Dock, to protect and secure Seabob’s out at sea.
According to the UK business, the C-dock is the first of its kind available, launching to the American market at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in Florida earlier this month. The docking system has now also made its European debut, on display with the business at the METSTRADE show in Amsterdam this week.
With patent pending, NautiBuoy has branded the C-dock as the first solo and modular docking system compatible with Seabobs; designed to reduce or avoid the need for repetitively lowering and lifting the underwater scooters in and out of the water.
With a simple design, the C-dock provides superyacht owners, guests and crew with an easy drive-in, drive-out solution, keeping the underwater scooters safe, secure and protected at sea. The system is available in Sport and Voyager models and is able to work on its own, or in conjunction with any of NautiBuoy’s other platform lines.
Clay Builder, co-founder of NautiBuoy Marine commented, “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 with 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 and FS5 Seabob models. Offering a handy ‘garage’ at water level, our new 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.”
The C-dock is not exclusively for superyacht customers however, as Clay explained that the system also works for land-based users: “We also wanted it to work for all owners of Seabobs, 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.”
For more information, visit NautiBuoy Marine.