cartop

car·top

 (kär′tŏp′)
adj.
Designed for use or suitable for carrying on top of a vehicle: a cartop luggage rack; a cartop boat.

cartop

(ˈkɑːtɒp)
adj
designed to be transported on top of an automobile
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Numerous bridges, wadeable nearshore flats and close-in hotspots easily reached by kayak or other cartop vessel offer access to good fishing.
It's their chance to wear their snow garb without loading skis onto the cartop carrier and driving for an hour.
Cartop boats can also be put in at a separate launch at the south end of Canadice Lake.
In other business, the state's Public Access Board, a branch of the Department of Fish and Game, will send the town a land management agreement to review for construction of a cartop boat launch along Lunenburg Road, to provide access to the Nashua River.
Paddlers can launch cartop boats from the rowing pavilion at Burnaby Lake's west end, or at Eagle Creek near the opposite end.
In a second vehicle we drive back to our launching point, or we have someone with a cartop carrier take us there.
RENTALS: The Trailhead in Logan rents canoes with cartop carriers for $20 a day; (435) 753-1541.
Since it was still cold and we didn't have a coop, we raised them in the house in a cartop carrier without losing one.
Hosey has a cartop wheelchair-carrier and uses it mainly for his "other" chair, because the 75-lb Lifestand is too heavy for it.
Without the cartop testing, I have no doubt that we would have crashed like the others,'' Morris said.
With a station wagon, pickup, van or horse it's trouble-free transport but carrying cartop requires wide racks and possibly two people to put it up there.
When finished, the bales will be gone and parking for canoe-cartop access (including for light cartop aluminum fishing boats - you carry your motor and affix it on site) will be available, with a bollard in place at the shoreline.