A short tiller extension puts the tiller close at hand either way.
Ding-ez a) FOLDING BOARDING HANDLES – Pull the quick-pins & swing the handle-tips inside - allow the bar to collapse inside the boat for EZ stowing - keep the hull of cruising vessel safe from metal tips when tethered. - Bar & seat fold to the floor as one when the bar is collapsed.
- allow free passage inside the boat b) INTEGRATED JUMP SEAT – This 4-legged seat, is built right onto the bar. c) AFT LEANING POST – Cantilevered over the outboard and fixed to the transom, it uses up almost no floor space.
It gives the helmsman the option to sit, relax and steer with the tiller or stand and carve his turns like a skier.
At that point it is attached to a tiny hinge with a quick-pin, allowing the harness rail to flex.
Before the rail is pinned in place, the master hinge (with leg attached) slides onto the rail.
It is positioned along the rail so that the the bar will rise at a comfortable distance from the transom, by tightening the clamp-bolts on the hinge.It can be moved at will by loosening, repositioning and retightening the clamp-bolts. c) The quick-pins are removed from the aft attachment of the POWER-STRUTS, which allows the bar to fold down normally.- Make cruising more fun: never have to crawl, wiggle or flop into or out of your dink again!- Be comfortable “commuting” to shore from a mooring, and SAVE 75% of dock costs.a) FLAT FIBERGLASS FLOOR The legs arrive with floor hinges attached. Pull the quick-pins and the bar collapses to the pontoons for EZ stowing.The hinges are seated on fiberglass deck reinforcement plates and are easily fastened to the deck with the same technique used universally to install seats and consoles. b) A harness rail runs aft from a glue on pad amidships to the transom, hugging the pontoon.