CAMBRIDGE, MA — EZ Dock, the world’s leading manufacturer of durable, low-maintenance, modular floating dock systems and drive-on lifts, has announced that it recently signed a seven-year agreement designating EZ Dock as “the Official Dock Supplier of the Head Of The Charles® Regatta” from 2017 through 2023. EZ Dock will also be an official sponsor of the event, which has welcomed the world’s best crew teams to the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, MA, for the ultimate two-day rowing competition since 1965. As part of its sponsorship, EZ Dock will supply the regatta with its Low Profile Dock, which was designed specifically for the rowing community. The rowing dock uses the same flotation technology as EZ Dock standard docks, resulting in an incredibly stable platform, even with a lower freeboard height.
“The Head Of The Charles® Regatta is one of the premier events in the rowing community and we at EZ Dock are proud to be associated with an organization and athletes of this caliber,” said Ken Schober, VP of Sales for EZ Dock. Schober added, “There’s no finer way to showcase how ideal the EZ Dock Low Profile Dock is for competitive rowing events than by seeing it used by some of the finest crew teams in the world.” The Head Of The Charles® Regatta attracts more than 11,000 athletes and tens of thousands of spectators every year.
Rowing enthusiasts everywhere will appreciate the EZ Dock Low Profile Dock’s industry-leading low freeboard height and incredible stability. The EZ Dock Low Profile Dock provides a safe platform for entering and exiting the shells as its design features the stability of a fixed dock combined with the easy customization of modular design.
It exceeds FISA (International Rowing Federation) and USRowing standards and is designed to be easily reconfigured and moved if needed for future events.
Founded in 1991, manufactured in the USA, and part of PlayPower, Inc., EZ Dock strives to be the best investment you will make for your waterfront property. For more information, visit ez-dock.com.