EZ Launch®, Drive through large ADA

SKU# 500956 Category:

EZ Launch®, Drive through large ADA

SKU# 500956 Category:

The addition of the easy-to-use ADA Transfer Bench system to the drive-through EZ Launch allows people with disabilities, children or seniors to feel confident transferring into their watercraft independently and provides extra stability when launching and docking. EZ Dock Security Curbing’s polyethylene construction also provides a safe border around dock edges for wheelchairs, with a dark color contrast for easy visibility.

The EZ Launch for Kayaks and Canoes was the first port system built specifically for paddlers. It’s so simple and safe to use that everyone will find boarding, launching and recovery a breeze. The rollers and guide rails make it easy to “glide” on and off. It can even be configured for universal accessibility that exceeds the requirements of the ADA. EZ Launch is a floating system that adjusts to changing water levels. It provides ample “foot space” on both sides and in the front to allow for optimum access and stability. Simply put, EZ Launch provides unparalleled ease and safe access for all paddlers of all abilities, along with their gear and their vessels, when launching and docking.

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The EZ Launch for Kayaks and Canoes was the first port system built specifically for paddlers. It’s so simple and safe to use that everyone will find boarding, launching and recovery a breeze. The rollers and guide rails make it easy to “glide” on and off. It can even be configured for universal accessibility that exceeds the requirements of the ADA. EZ Launch is a floating system that adjusts to changing water levels. It provides ample “foot space” on both sides and in the front to allow for optimum access and stability. Simply put, EZ Launch provides unparalleled ease and safe access for all paddlers of all abilities, along with their gear and their vessels, when launching and docking.

Meanwhile, my neighbor to the left found his floating dock in his front yard and the neighbor to the right lost his old floating dock after it slipped over the wood pilings and broke in half. – Neale Cosby, Lorton, VA More Testimonials