A FENDER THAT TURNS YOUR
TENDER INTO A LIFERAFT

INFO FOR BOAT COLLARS ON TENDERS
A Boat Collar on your aluminium, fibreglass or plastic tender
  • Won't scuff, mark or scratch yacht.
  • Solid foam flotation - won't deflate if punctured.
  • Easy D.I.Y fit.
  • Light weight.
  • Long wearing & durable (average 10 year lifespan).
  • Paint to match your yacht.
  • Carry more load with increased freeboard & better stability.
  • Never sink, even if full of sea or rain water.
  • Suits most small boats, including plastic and fibreglass.
Level flotation on a flooded tender
Flooded boat, stable to sit offside
LEVEL FLOTATION

Your tender gets Level Flotation that works at keeping your flooded tender from capsizing.

fender STABLE
FREEDOM TO MOVE

Even a very tippy 2 metre tender (6.6ft as above) can get great stability with a Kapten Boat Collar. Boarding and trips ashore are so stable and dry, you've never known such comfort. Go snorkeling & easily climb back in!

fender light stabilizer
LIGHT

For all that flotation, you still end up with a tender that's far lighter than most inflatables. Carrying your tender up a beach is also easier with a Collar, because you can get a good grip underneath it.

COMPARE TYPES OF TENDERS

By adding a Collar to a standard shaped boat, you'll enjoy the best fender for your tender, with the bonus of amazing performance and safety. Below graph looks at what you can expect from these types of boats. (Only the green column has a Boat Collar fitted).

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Maintenance

Buoyancy

Stability

Control

Spray

PLASTIC

Low

Good

Fair

Fair

Fair

TINNIE/GLASS

Low

Fair

Fair

Fair

Fair

< ANY + K.B.C

Low

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

INFLATABLE

High

Excellent

Excellent

Fair

Poor

PREPARED FOR ROUGH WEATHER?

A Boat Collar adds so much stability to even the tippiest of tenders, that you'll receive better performance from a deep-v hull with a Boat Collar, than a flat bottom boat.

After all, tenders are used in conditions & locations that other small boats aren't. Whether its beach launching, through bad chop/ rain/storms, or off to see nearby islands, tenders are small boats that need to do it all.

We know first hand that living on a yacht is not always sunshine and gentle breezes. Stepping off the duck board while the yacht is lurching around in rough chop with the dinghy rising and falling is very dangerous. So you need a tender that you can step into and know it won't flip over on your, but will support your unbalanced weight with ease.

If you're deciding between a deep V-bottom boat and a flat bottom boat, chose the v-bottom as it'll be more comfortable and faster through chop than the flat bottom boat - with the Collar.

The Kapten Boat Collar makes driving in horrid conditions much more comfortable, stable and gives greater handling & control.

It doesn't take much to capsize a small dinghy. Misplaced weight, a swell hitting you at just the wrong time, or even another boats' wake, can spell disaster.

It's not worth the risk.

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Tuff-Tec Boat Collars tick all AMSA's rules

Meets strict National Standard for Commercial Vessels and all the criteria in NSCV-020. 
(Part C, Section 6, Subsection 6B, ch. 10). 

TRANSOM FOAM = FENDER + FLOTATION

You can add Transom Foam to your Boat Collar order, so you can add even more buoyancy to your boat, as well as protect the rear corners of your boat from making impact with your yacht.

Alternatively, for small tenders with HP under 6hp, you can leave 100mm excess of the Collar to flow past your transom board - as shown in the far right image. Greater care must be taken with this excess flap - not to put pressure on it. Whereas the Transom foam is screwed on & glued to the Collar sides.

2m tender, stable with a Mini Collar
Transom foam Kapten Boat Collar
skippa with transom foam
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A FEW REVIEWS - FROM YACHTIES

3.7m Stacer was the first dinghy she drove

3.7m Stacer tender: “First time driving a dinghy, and she felt safe”

Attached is the photo of my wife driving our 3.7m Stacer fitted with a Kapten Boat Collar. We are 9kms east of Dirk Hartog Island, heading for Denham townsite another 30kms east. Jo drove all the way with support from our 7m [mother-boat]. It was her first time driving a dinghy, and she felt safe.…

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3.6m DeHavilland tender: “I could not be more happy with the result your Collar has made”

Your product would have to rank with the great inventions of all time. It has transformed my fairly ordinary Tender into a SUPER TENDER (sometimes I do exaggerate a little).All the same, I could not be more happy with the result your Collar has made to the stability and handling of my little tinny. Michael…

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3.1m Mantacraft tender: “My little boat is now so steady”

“The Collar has easily increased the carrying capacity and safety level of my 3.1m Manta-craft aluminium dinghy since I fitted it myself in 2012. “My dinghy is a tender to my 25ft fibreglass South Coast yacht, and it’s now so stable and buoyant, I can easily take 3 adults, plus my friends Doberman dog, as…

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2 metre fibreglass tender: “Can [now] sit or stand on one side and it will not tip over”

“Please find attached photos of your Collar fitted to my 2m fiberglass dinghy. It was a 100% success as you can see, you can sit or stand on one side and it will not tip over. It (the collar) does not affect the speed, and with two persons you have peace of mind when entering…

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CONTACT/VISIT

Office: (07) 5441 3636
Mobile: 0423 499 047
58 Arundell Ave Nambour, QLD, Australia 4560.
info@boatcollar.com.au

BUSINESS DETAILS

Australian Patent # 2010201449. American Patent Application # 13/083,588 - Watercraft Accessory.
Marine Safety Innovations Pty Ltd.
ABN # 53 141 908 385
Australian owned & operated since 2010

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