Alba, the ultralight (and Italian) walkway that TP52s like

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11350410_1018339584851037_5895164478021017497_nDesigned for sail and motor boats, Exit Carbon’s Alba gangway measures 2200 mm long and 390 mm wide. The fixed-type catwalk is extremely light at 4.4 kg ready-to-use and tested for a maximum load of 500 kg.

11206134_1018339608184368_7374917839922042353_nTHE ITALIAN THAT TP52 LIKES
Alba is made entirely in Italy and, thanks to its light weight and ease of use, one of the most popular gangways for the most competitive teams (as well as sports and fishing boats) because of the additional space it provides: the entire fleet of TP52s at the Ford Vignale Valencia Sailing week was fully equipped with the Alba carbon gangway.

10385415_1018339071517755_6071782134131490899_nCUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES
The catwalk is comfortable and features a design with rounded lines. To produce Alba, Exit Carbon uses the best available technologies, autoclave curing on female carbon mold at high pressure and temperature. These make for an extremely strong and stable structure.

FINISHES
– Anti-UV clear coating to admire and appreciate the carbon fiber.
Pivot or support bar on the boat side and wheels on the dock side.
Eyebolt for trapeze and side winds.

Screenshot 2015-06-08 at 11:27:15 a.m.MANY POSSIBILITIES FOR CUSTOMIZATION
Both the coloring of the walkway and the coloring of the non-slip walking surface can be customized. In addition, it is possible to screen print the yacht name/logo on the gangway in any color. Exit Carbon offers a wide range of accessories and options to customize the gangway following the style of the boat. Many accessories are also available individually and can be installed at any time. A practical black waterproof bag is available to protect Alba. exitcarbon.com

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