Those of us with a few years of experience under our belts have trained ourselves not to launch our trailers too deep in the water because your ski will tend to float away if the hull isn’t making contact with the bunks. It’s a pretty common occurrence. Unfortunately, the consequence of this is often having to throttle into and up your bunks to properly dock your ski before winching it the rest of the way up, resulting in stressed, worn and even broken bunks.
Thankfully, the team at Easy Guide have made boat loading demonstrably easier with its floating docking system. Designed to help save you from stressed or broken bunks – as well as novices and those persons not too comfortable with the launching/loading process, the chambered plastic, heavy-duty floats literally guide the PWC between the bunks, keeping your watercraft from floating away while you dismount and attach the winch. Made of sturdy, reinforced polymer plastics, the Easy Guide is durable (literally, bulletproof!) and made entirely in the USA.
Designed for single PWC trailers, the Easy Guide kit ($399) requires zero cutting or drilling. And with several inches of adjustment in both the width and length of the brackets and arms (respectively), the dual float system will work on most all single-bunk trailers. Again, for you seasoned pros, you’re going to feel that you’re not going to need the help. That’s fine, but your wife and kids – or that one buddy whose been begging to use your ski that you’re just not too sure about – will like ’em. See how it works below: