The mooring shock-absorber Garelli, model "MOL", is made with spring on harmonic steel, hot-covered with "Rilsan", and with connection on stainless steel AISI 316. In this way, the spring ...
The U-Cleat Mooring Compensator features a unique removable locking mechanism that allows for fitting without a free end of the line. This gives you plenty of options over a conventional compensator. ...
Perfect for day outings and mooring in natural harbours, Unimer Marine’s innovative Smart Snubber provides fast and efficient relief – and it even works when you’re already moored. Since the Smart Snubber is fitted directly ...
Specifications Length : 150mm(6”) Hole Dia. : 11mm Rope Dia : 10mm
Specifications Length : 210mm Hole Dia. : 16mm Rope Dia : 14mm
BOAT LENGTH 8 Mt max SPRING DIAMETER 5 mm DIAMETER 60 DAMPING FORCE 150 Kg. BREAKING LOAD 2.000 Kg.
Patented stainless steel spring Mooring specific high performance, silenced inserts replaceable friction and squeaking. The mooring springs MPP due to the materials ...
made in Italy with the best HR specific stainless steel with surcharge stopper and special nylon head to garantee the maximum axiality during compression
STAINLESS STEEL MOORING SPRING made in Italy with the best HR specific stainless steel
Designed and manufactured in Italy the inmare range of mooring springs and docking protection is world reknown for its quality and durability. Made from patented polymer blends the inmare range ...
How to choose this product
Mooring springs are devices installed on a mooring line between boat and dock. They absorb sudden pull on the line from boat movement due to chop.
These devices are recommended for all craft docked in ports known for rough water, and where the frequent passage of large boats creates significant wake. They offer calmer nights to live-aboards and cruising sailors. They also extend the lifespan of dock lines.
The attachment point at each end of the mechanism is linked to the opposite end of the steel spiral. The two lengths of mooring line are tied to these points. Thus, tension on the line compresses the mechanism, creating a spring effect which absorbs sharp pulls on the line caused by sudden vessel movement.
Over time, the mechanism has a tendency to jam and creak. To counter this, some models include polyurethane rubber elements, increasing elasticity and reducing noise. A simple rubber ring is a cheaper, completely silent, but less durable option.
How to choose
Choice will depend on vessel size and, especially, weight.