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- A. A-leg max length: 3.8 m
- B. Stay length: 1.5 m
- C. Deck legs 0.9-1.7 m: 4 pcs
- A-legs stand directly on the ground, which helps minimize wind pressure against the boat
- Deck-legs help ensure outstanding stability
- A-legs and Deck-legs are telescopic
8 m A-frame for boat cover. An A-shaped boat cover frame relives deck to wind pressure since it is partially in the ground. The frame attaches directly to the coach roof with the strong NOA-bracket that attaches to the rails or another suitable position.
With an aluminum covering frame from NOA you are ensured a highly solid construction designed to deal with the greatest problem of boat storage: condensation. The NOA A-frame provides excellent ventilation and is easy to assemble and disassemble. The modular system enables you to tailor your covering frame for a perfect fit conveniently creating space, which will allow you to attend to your boat during the winter months.
Assembly instructions are included. NOA A-frame is easy to store and transport. A-frame is suitable for sail boats and motor boats without pulpits and pushpit. Available in different lengths.
The A-shape fits sail and motorboats without pushpit and pulpit.
The legs in front and back lift the tarpaulin in front and back, away from the boat and provide good ventilation.
Choose a tarpaulin of good quality that can withstand ice, snow and the pressure of a hard winter.
Check regularly that there are no gaps in the tarpaulin to avoid water damage.
Check out the tarpaulin so there are no holes that water can leak into. Check if the framework provides good ventilation and access.
Careful check your boat before and after storms or after heavy precipitation of snow.
NB: Remember that there must be ventilation in both front and rear, to avoid condensation.