Inflatable boat mooring cleat CI200
for yachtsfor sailboatsretractable

inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
inflatable boat mooring cleat
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Application domain
for inflatable boats, for yachts, for sailboats
Other characteristics
rectangular base
Line diameter

Min.: 14 mm (1 in)

Max.: 16 mm (1 in)


Our mooring system pushes the boundaries of innovation and design of marine hardware. We conceived a new kind of pop-up cleat, combining stylish design, functional shape, high strength, and cutting-edge technology. The curved shape and smooth edges allow an easy clamp of the mooring line, avoiding rope consumption. It means no more ropes damaged by sharp edges. Besides the innovative carbon-made cleats, we offer also a more conventional range of our mooring system. These cleats are made of AISI316 stainless steel. All components are CNC machined from solid bars. The stems are made of CNC machined titanium, to offer the best strength, lightness and keep it totally free from corrosion. The standard finish is mirror polished. Other finishes, shot peening and black DLC coating, are available on request. Whether you choose aluminium, to get a lighter solution, or stainless steel, to match other equipment onboard, the stems are always made of titanium. You can install this cleat on every deck surface, composite, GRP, aluminium, steel, or wood. It is easy to install onboard and does not require drainage due to the O-ring seal between the stem and the cylinder. Find out more on the website:



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