Landing stage docks
... houses, floating hotels, floating restaurants, diving platforms, cruise ship piers, event platforms, fuel stations, ferry landings, fish farms; all of these have already been made. Challenge SF Marina and SF Marina will ...
... modular system is easy to assemble and can satisfy any client’s need. The cubes can be used to construct marinas, residential docks, floating pools and other water-related structures. They can be implemented in both industrial ...
These pontoons are made of UV resistant high density polyethylene and are unsinkable. Each pontoon has integrated attachment point. The different sizes enable you to use them for different designs and ...
... stability in modular pontoon - Shock resistance: the impacts are distributed on all the cubes and totally absorbed. The slide fenders, more flexible, protect the hull of boats and dont scratch it - Flexibility: by its ...
Unit harbour and river pontoon Two-coloured beige and grey pontoon, pre-assembled, ready-to-use, secured and easily draggable. Complete with all accessories for anchoring and mooring as well as a set of key and a plan ...
Length: 8 m - 20 m
Width: 2.4 m - 4 m
... Heavy Duty Concrete Pontoons are incredibly stable and durable. The pontoons are designed to withstand demanding Arctic ocean and lake conditions. The MX-pontoons are excellent service docks ...
Floating pontoons engineered to respond to the growing needs for safe, stable, modern berthing and boarding facilities. The anchoring is always developed to site specifics. Components: pontoons & gangways. Optional: ...
MAADI Group designs and manufactures your ferry landing or maritime structures according to national and international design codes. Our strong background in the shipbuilding and ship design industries puts us at the ...
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A landing stage pontoon is a platform, generally floating, where boats can lie alongside, tie up and safely disembark passengers. Certain models also act as breakwaters.Applications
Such structures are found at ports, marinas, local boat clubs and sometimes at waterfront villas.Technologies
Pontoons generally consists of a sturdy, rigid structure of steel, aluminum, wood or concrete supported by a floating element composed of laminates, polystyrene blocks or another system. Designs are often patented.
They are covered by flooring of natural, rot-proof wood or synthetic grating. Non-slip paint is sometimes applied. Most have rubber fenders around the edge to absorb the impact of arriving vessels, as well as mooring cleats. Some models have guardrails, swim ladders, lights, water and electrical outlets. Modular versions offer multiple configuration possibilities.
Pontoon type, equipment and installation system will be a function of the site. Modular systems are flexible and adaptable. Anchoring methods include attachment to a master chain on the bottom or directly to the shore.
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