Monday, 06 September 2010 00:00
The EzyBoat team is looking forward to exhibiting their folding trailer boat at the Southampton Boat Show (10-19 September 2010) for the first time. Located on stand A016 within the small boat area and right opposite the main entrance this novel trailer boat is certain to attract high levels of excitement. It aims to resolve the complications often connected with day boats and allows more people to join the boating hobby.
The 4.4 metre long EzyBoat is ideal for fishing, sailing and cruising alike. With the trailer fully integrated into the craft, boat and trailer never need to be separated. This allows for a much quicker launch and recovery process, making day launches easier than ever before. Using a small lever on deck the wheels can simply be retracted into the hull once the boat is afloat. Unfolded the spacious boat provides ample room for up to four adults and proves very stable on the water. It can be powered by either small electric outboards or petrol engines up to 25HP.
Folded up the fibreglass boat turns into a small, closed trailer weighing only 250kg, with 200kg extra storage capacity on the road. It can be easily towed behind cars or motorhomes of any size and stored away on the driveway or in the garage at home. This saves the EzyBoat owner considerable cost and time. For more details see here: http://www.ezyboat.com/index.php/the-ezyboat
EzyBoat Ltd has recently teamed up with Yamaha Motor UK to market the boat across the British Isles. The company is in the process of building up its dealer network and welcomes enquiries from interested retailers as well as international distributors, whether they are already active in the marine business yet or not.
The boats are built on the South Coast of England near Poole in Dorset using the highest quality fibreglass and stainless steel components. With considerable production capacity available the boats can be built and delivered with minimal lead time.
The British magazines Boat Trader and Boat Mart have recently reviewed the EzyBoat and had nothing but praise for it. It also recently featured on BBC One Spotlight. Reprints and replays of all press reactions are available on here.