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Got your boat? Now, to get it to the water. The first thing you'll need is a roofrack.

If you haven't got one (and your boat isn't a great big hefty job), you can use an inflatable Handirack, which comes on and off quickly and easily.Ideal for transporting your boat once a year to and from the beachside caravan.

If you have got a roofrack, the next thing you'll need are some straps, to ensure your boat doesn't end up as a traffic hazard in the middle of the M4. We've got a range of different lengths with handy quick-tightening buckles from Palm and Yak. To protect your precious boat from the nasty sharp roofrack metal, Nookie and Palm make foam pads, and if you'd like to attach several boats to your car, uprights from Eckla, Palm and Malone are just the thing to help you stack them up.

We've also got Palm J bars and Eckla J and V bars to cradle your boats and keep them safe and snug. For delicate sea boats and glass kayaks, we recommend the V bars. The Malone Sea Wing has alot of accessories that can make loading your boat a lot more stress free.

That gets you to the water, but what about a stop in at the chippy on the way home? You can use a Playboater Rackguard to keep thieving hands from nicking you boat while you're enjoying a well-earned pint.

If you require a rigid roof rack, we can price up a thule rack for you. We only get these to order, but if you tell us the make and model of your car, and the type of bars you want (Standard/Aero) we'll get you a price. Email us at


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