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“RAILBLAZA products are so versatile, and great value for money. StarPorts can be mounted just about anywhere, and because they’re made in New Zealand, the quality is fantastic”

What sets RAILBLAZA apart from its competition is the simplicity of our StarPortTM mount, the ease with which people fit it, and the diverse range of situations it’s used in.  Super strong, all RAILBLAZA parts are made from high quality, UV stabilized, engineering polymers, stainless steel and anodised aluminium. Where extra strength is required, the polymers used are fiberglass reinforced.

StarPortTM can be surface mounted and remain low profile, or the profile can be reduced even further with minimal rear intrusion. Our accessory range is both stylish and practical, and will fit most budgets.

RAILBLAZA began its life as a mounting system for holding things to the back of a quad-bike. Once the initial concept was developed, it was realised that this system had merits in the marine industry also.

We’re committed to making people’s lives easier, by providing diverse, flexible and user-friendly mounting systems and accessories to the marine, RV and farming sectors internationally. We have proven this commitment by a process of continuous refinement of our product line, and excellent customer service

Meet the Team


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Andrew Moczygemba
President

Andrew Moczygemba

President

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Matt Phillips
Marketing Director

Matt Phillips

Marketing Director

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David Mariscal
Content Creator

David Mariscal

Content Creator

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Mayra
Buyer

Mayra

Buyer

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Aaron Lowe
Amazon Specialist

Aaron Lowe

Amazon Specialist

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING



"I use these for my offshore kayak and they're perfect. My big Ugly Stick Tiger rods, both casting and spinning, fit nicely and the holder has enough backbone to keep the rods secure when kingfish or sharks make strong runs, as long as the drag is not over tightened."


MARTY HUGHES

"I use these for my offshore kayak and they're perfect. My big Ugly Stick Tiger rods, both casting and spinning, fit nicely and the holder has enough backbone to keep the rods secure when kingfish or sharks make strong runs, as long as the drag is not over tightened."


MARTY HUGHES