Trionic Small Dock Box

This small-sized dock box is just the thing for some of the narrower docks that you sometimes find in big-city marinas, older marinas and marinas on inland lakes.
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This small-sized dock box is just the thing for some of the narrower docks that you sometimes find in big-city marinas, older marinas and marinas on inland lakes. Made from roto-molded polyethylene, the box measures 33in x 20in x 26in, making it large enough to hold plenty of stuff that you don’t want to take sailing, while still leaving enough space on the dock to safely walk around. The Small Dock Box comes complete with easy-to-assemble nylon hinges, cover retainer straps and a drain plug. It mounts quickly to almost any type of dock and includes a stainless steel security latch with a lockable eye.

$295. Trionic Corp., trioniccorp.com

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