The awning, being usually the highest point of motor boats, is the ideal area to become the control area for any type of coastal bird such as seagull, cormorant, etc.. So when they find an awning, they rest on it and stand. As a result, the awning becomes their home where they leave their excrements and leftover food. StopGull® Bimini Top prevents this from happening with the help of a series of S27 swivel units.
StopGull® Bimini Top is used on the awning when it is folded up, wrapped in strong laces and made of acrylic fabric.
All the components have been subjected to a suitable treatment to counteract the effects due to the action of UV rays and the marine environment. It is not necessary to remove it during navigation because the turntable does not wear out and makes no noise.
It comes in a standard length of 210 cm to fit most awnings on the market today. Other sizes are available on request.
StopGull Bimini Top - Awning cover 210 cm133,00€Weight: 1.5 kg; Dimensions: 75 x 17 x 12 cm
Awning cover sheath 210 cm long, including rotating units and laces with closures.
StopGull products use a swivel unit, with unsharp ends that simply discourage seagulls, cormorants or other palmipeds from resting on top. On the contrary, the design of the unit is so perfect that the seagull detects it, even from afar, as an element contrary to its nature and therefore to be kept away.
The seagull, because of its biological essence, before establishing a dwelling, is present in a control area that coincides with the highest parts of the boat or port facilities. Then, if it is not disturbed, it also attends the lower zones.
StopGull simply interrupts its input protocol, thus preventing the establishment of a control area and its subsequent acclimatisation with the boat, thus preventing the boat or jetties from becoming its toilet.
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Depending on the type of vessel, we advise you on how to equip your vessel with a complete anti-gabbian system.