Suits Boats 2.5 metre - 5.9 metre
On Water Weight of 300kgs to 1.5 tonne
Purchasing your Boatcatch™
The length of the vessel is not so much a factor when choosing the size of your Boatcatch, the weight of the boat is more critical. It is suggested that the small coupling is used on boat with on water weight from 300kgs up to 1.5 tonne. Any greater than this and you should use the large boatcatch
Relax on the Boat Ramp
SAFE, FAST, EASY BOAT LAUNCH & RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
Have your boat off the trailer and ready to go, stationed in the water in under 20 seconds. No longer waste time holding other people up on the ramps
Safe & stress free
No more stepping out onto slippery boat ramps and putting yourself at risk of injury or humiliation
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BoatcatchTM - Small
Full instruction and operating manual
Get your boat into and out of the water faster, safer and hassle free
Made of 100% marine grade stainless steel(316)
Strong and Robust
(Lifetime for Original boat owner or 5 years from date of purchase)
With only three moving parts, it requires little maintenance
Highly polished for a very attractive accessory to any trailer boat
Available in two different sizes to suit both small boats under 6 metres long and large boats 6 metres and over in length
Boat Catch Weight: 8kg
Suit Boats: 2.5 metres to 5.9 metres
Standard universal mount bracket fits around a 50-75mm wide bow post
The revolutionary launch and retrieval system.
Boatcatch™ was invented and designed by an Australian abalone diver who wanted to get his boat into and out of the water faster, safer and hassle free.
Made of 100% marine grade stainless steel(316). This is an incredibly strong and robust product that comes with a lifetime warranty. With only three moving parts, it requires little maintenance and being highly polished, Boatcatch is a very attractive accessory to any trailer boat.
Everything you need.
Boatcatch comes with a universal mounting bracket, U-bolts, washers, nuts, pull cord, bow eye and spacer to suit most boats as well as a very comprehensive and clear instruction manual to help you install it yourself.
Fits almost any boat & trailer.
Whether you've got a small 'alloy' boat, a large fiberglass boat or even a cat, you can cut the supplied mounting arm and position the Boatcatch to suit just about any boat and trailer combination!
Once fitted it's ready to use. When about to launch, you simply prepare by releasing the winch cable from your boat in the parking lot. After which, reverse the trailer into the water. Boatcatch allows you to move around until you choose to remotely pull the release lever and calmly motor off.
Position the trailer in the water and when ready, drive your boat in. The Boatcatch has a heavy duty pin that locates inside the eye automatically when retrieving and secures the boat upon the trailer. It's incredibly strong so you can easily drive your vehicle to the parking lot before having to secure the winch cable.
Fitting the Boatcatch.
Most handymen who own a drill and some basic spanners can fit the Boatcatch. The device is clamped simply and directly to the trailer bow post with 'u' bolts and nuts. The most technical job is cutting the metal universal mounting kit 'tube' to length with a hand saw or similar tool.
Different trailer sizes.
The device comes in two sizes of the same design. The small size may be fitted to all aluminium boats under 6 metres long, and light duty fibreglass boats under 6 metres. The large unit will accommodate a vessel as small as 6 metres and a boat of any length and having a maximum weight of 8 tonne.
Boatcatch won't break.
The device comes in two sizes of the same design. The small size may be fitted to boats under 6 meters (20ft)long. The large unit will accommodate a boat 6 metres (20ft) or over in length, but having a maximum weight of 8 tonne (16,000lb). Note, if your boat is between 5 and 8 tonne (10,000 and 16,000lb) please contact us at email@example.com about suitable/heavy mounting brackets.
One or two people can be used to launch and retrieve with a Boatcatch. The two person method chosen by most operators is where you have an operator for the boat and a driver the car and trailer. When well practiced this makes for a speedy ramp work.