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1. (WO1984000134) A RACK STRUCTURE FOR CONNECTION WITH AT LEAST ONE FLOAT MEMBER, IN PARTICULAR A SURFBOARD
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Pub. No.: WO/1984/000134 International Application No.: PCT/DK1983/000068
Publication Date: 19.01.1984 International Filing Date: 29.06.1983
IPC:
B63B 35/79 (2006.01)
B PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
63
SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
B
SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING
35
Vessels or like floating structures adapted for special purposes
73
Other vessels or like floating structures for pleasure or sport
79
Surf-boards, e.g. sailboards
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Title (EN) A RACK STRUCTURE FOR CONNECTION WITH AT LEAST ONE FLOAT MEMBER, IN PARTICULAR A SURFBOARD
(FR) STRUCTURE PORTE-BAGAGES POUR MONTAGE SUR AU MOINS UN ELEMENT FLOTTEUR, EN PARTICULIER SUR UNE PLANCHE DE SURF
Abstract:
(EN) A rack structure for connection with at least one surfboard (2) includes a frame structure and a set of fittings to connect the frame structure with each surfboard. The frame structure includes a main frame (4) composed by at least two transverse frame members (6, 8) which are connected or connectable with at least two longitudinal frame members (10, 12). The set of fittings includes a mast-hole fitting (14) and a support fitting (16) for each surfboard (2), each mast-hole fitting including at least one plug for insertion into the usual mast-hole of the surfboard, and the support fitting (16) is adapted for attachment to the top surface of the surfboard at the area aft of the mast-hole fitting. Accordingly, usual surfboards can be used to provide e.g. a catamaran vessel which can be provided with a deck so that several persons can sail together. Moreover, the rack structure may quickly and easily be changed for use as a roof luggage rack for transport of surfboards, masts and sails.
(FR) Une structure porte-bagages pour montage sur au moins une planche de surf (2) comporte une structure cadre et un ensemble d"éléments de montage pour relier la structure cadre à chaque planche de surf. La structure cadre comprend un cadre principal (4) composé d"au moins deux éléments transversaux (6, 8) de cadre, qui sont reliés ou que l"on peut relier à au moins deux éléments longitudinaux (10, 12) de cadre. L"ensemble d"éléments de montage comporte un agencement d"étembrai (14) ainsi qu"un agencement de soutien (16) pour chaque planche de surf (2), chaque agencement d"étembrai comportant au moins un raccord destiné à être inséré dans l"étembrai habituel de la planche de surf, et l"agencement de soutien (16) est adapté pour s"attacher à la surface supérieure de la planche de surf à l"arrière de l"agencement d"étembrai. Par conséquent, on peut utiliser des planches de surf habituelles pour obtenir par exemple un catamaran qui peut être pourvu d"un pont permettant à plusieurs personnes de naviguer ensemble. De plus, la structure porte-bagages peut rapidement et facilement être transforméeen porte-bagages de toit pour le transport des planches de surf, des mâts et des voiles.
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Publication Language: English (EN)
Filing Language: English (EN)
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NO19840762EP0112886GB2124157AU1983017086DK292082