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Poles (Radar, Wind, Solar) / Radar Pole /

  • Easily mount Radar Domes and Accessories
  • Overall Height - 102" (8-1/2')
  • Two Year Warranty
  • Total Weight: 20 Lbs.

Items are Billed in CAD$
Exchange Rate: USD$1.00 = CAD$1.328
Radar Pole
8.5 ft. 316 Stainless Steel (1.90" OD)
Includes Mounts (Clamp, AND Base)
9.5 in. Radar Plate for Dome's
Holds up to four Antenna Brackets
Clamp on Outboard Crane
Model 120 Crane
Clamps to Radar Pole
Includes 6:1 Purchase and Rigging
316 Stainless Steel Pole (1.90" OD)
Make your Pole Telescoping
Heavy Wall, Anodized Aluminum Design
Model 1400R Davit
Add a 200 Lb. Crane to the Pole
Slides over existing Pole
Requires Telescoping Option
Add up to Four (4) Antenna Brackets to one Plate
Easily Screw Antenna to an offset bracket
1" Support Strut for Stabilization
Ships 72" Long
Includes attachment to Pole and to Deck
Clamps to your Pole (1.90")
Hinged Pad for Deck side

Atkins & Hoyle Radar Tower Systems are a convenient way to mount your Radar, Antenna as well as many other Navigation & Communications Antennas in one location. Built of a light weight magnesium aluminum alloy, these systems can be easily mounted to any boat. This line of Atkins & Hoyle Radar, Wind, and Solar Pole Systems are the most versatile on the market today.


Antennae Brackets give approx 10" of offset from the edge of the radar plate. They are adjustable in angle (about 70 degrees ea.). The anntenae connection wil also spin 360 degrees which will allow you to angle your electronics around shrouds, etc. They are very adjustable.

Option of adding cranes or davits to any of these poles: a 250lb Davit/Crane (Model 1400), or a 300lb Davit/Crane (Model 1900). These arms will hasve 360 degrees of rotation, and are adjustable in height anywhere along the 2-3/8" section of pipe. They connect to the pole using our 2-3/8" Spline Casting. Adding cranes or davits to these poles allows for less clutter and a more efficient use of space - not to mention fewer holes in the boat.