Landolt docking-rescue hook
High drag force.
Connected to rescue lines.
Is handled by...
Easy ship docking
The easy ship docking system allows yachts and sports boats to be moored securely and easily in a harbour or to a buoy without external assistance.
This system reduces stress during a docking manoeuvre. It lowers the risk of injury to the crew...
Snap-lock telescopic pole
Two hooks in one
Easy release from moorings (trip line included)
Easy tying up in locks
Simply clip on to the ring of the buoy and cleat off the line...
The heavy telescopic boat hook
- The telecoping boat hook - adjustable from 4 up to 7 feet
Line Hook for Lazy-lines
With this hook docking in a harbour is child’s play !
The quickest, easiest and cleanest way to moor!
No more barnacle cuts
Easy attaching to bollards, posts, cleats and locks!
Perfect to use on sluices...
How to choose this product
A boat hook is a long, thin pole with a hook at one end, used to handle lines and facilitate small boat docking maneuvers. NauticExpo offers several kinds of boat hook including telescopic, line-handling and those with paddle.
Boat hooks are used to recover out-of-reach objects such as nets, buoys and lines. They also can be used to fend off during small boat docking maneuvers.
A boat hook is usually made from light, non-corrosive materials such as aluminum. It has a hook, generally of plastic, at one end, and a non-slip handle or grip at the other.
How to choose
Boat hook size will partly depend on vessel size.