Stowaway Holdaway - Model SN
Will not mar boat's finish
Lightweight, yet impressively strong
Great for pontoon boats
Adjusts from 14" to 21"
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Lightweight, yet strong enough to hold through wind, waves, and tides, the Stowaway Holdaway is fully adjustable with built-in nylon ropes, so it's easy to carry with you for quick, safe tie-ups anytime and at any dock.
Model SN is great for pontoon boats and many fishing and recreational boats that have side cleats for docking. Adjusts from 14" to 21". Sold individually.
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Q:I have a 1988 Resorter 18. I was wondering if there were longer lenghts available? My boat stays docked with a mooring cover over the railings, and fender cleats. I dock it nose in. I was looking to see If I could buy one at 48" to 72"?
I would tie off to lower bow hook, and keep it 24" away from dock.
Thanks, I've using 2 from earlier purchase on my 10' gamefisherAsked on 5/6/2012 by Mr.W from Tolland, CT.
A:This is the only length available.Answered on 10/1/2012 by Justin from Overton's
Q:I have 21 foot Sea Ray cuddy cruiser. I am looking for something cheap to moor my boat away from my dock or sea wall. I keep my boat tied to the dock and have bumpers to take the shock of wind and waves. Will this product keep my boat from hitting the sea wall or dock like a wip would? Thanks!Asked on 5/7/2011 by Ash from Winneconne, WI
Q:I have a 08 23' searay. would this stowaway-holdaway be overkill for my boat. I am an inexperienced female boater who is looking for products that will help make handling my boat easierAsked on 6/22/2009 by trouble on the water
A:I don't think it is overkill and is an inexpensive mooring option that many people resort to.Answered on 7/1/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
Q:How does the stowaway holdaway attach to the dock?Asked on 6/4/2009 by Brent
A:The Stowaway Holdaway ties to the boat and ties to the dock with a central rope down the middle; it attaches like you would tie off with regular ropes. You can tie to cleats, posts, or thru the slats of the dock. The guy rope off the middle at an angle also ties to the dock.Answered on 7/18/2009 by Mike from Minn.