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50mm braided netting for catamaran

50mm braided netting for catamaran

Shipped within 3 to 4 weeks

Price from 46,46 € tax incl.

This polyamide braided netting offers an excellent pass for waves while remaining comfortable for your feet when passing over your boat's trampoline. The best compromise: permeability and comfort!

- 50mm braided netting. Large netting allows an important water flow onto the trampoline. A bonus for large catamarans equipped with large trampolines, that can retain their manoeuvrability. And the braided netting will still allow you to lie comfortably on the trampoline. 

Polypropylene treated against UV exposure: Like all our catamaran nets, this model has been treated with a high-performance UV protection. The polypropylene offers an excellent resistance to the different marine elements and will accompany you for years to come. 

-Available in black or white, you can choose which one suits your boat best! 

Created from your design. Your trampoline will be created from your plans and measurements. A 3 to 4 week manufacturing delay is required. 

Usage Tips

We advise you to leave your trampoline in water for 24hours before installing it on your catamaran. 

Our commitments

  • FIN Official Member
  • Approved by boat rental companies
  • Best value for money
  • A cheaper quote elsewhere? We will match the price!
  • Professional manufacturing
  • Worldwide delivery
  • Customer care
  • 100% secure payment

Data sheet

Net/mat features
Manufacturing time3 to 4 weeks
MaterialPolypropylene 400 g/m²
ManufacturingMade to measure, upon request
Resistance200 kg/m²
Thread diameter6 mm
Net positionHorizontal
Weight400 g/m²
UV treatmentYes
Netting dimensions50 x 50 mm
Type of nettingBraided
Finishing10 mm stitched boltrope
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