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Anchoring and Mooring Hardware by Taylor Made

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Mooring Buoy Hardware for Sur-Moor by Taylor made

Mooring Buoy Hardware for Sur-Moor by Taylor made

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Mooring Buoy Hardware by Taylor Made constructed from 1/2” diameter hot dipped galvanized rod for use with traditional mooring buoys. Each comes with a 4” long swivel, 2 galvanized washers, and...
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Removable Chafe Guard, Line Guard

Removable Chafe Guard, Line Guard

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Removable Chafe Guard, Line Guard, ideal for protecting anchor lines, power cords and pre-spliced eyes with a chafe resistant line guard you can easily add, then remove...
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Taylor Made, T3C Mooring Buoy Collar

Taylor Made, T3C Mooring Buoy Collar

Mfr. Taylor Made

Taylor Made, T3C Mooring Buoy Collar. Hot-dipped galvanized protective steel collar protects the T3C mooring buoys from anchor chain wear and prolongs the life of the buoy...
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Taylor Made, Storm Surge, Anchor System, Monohull

Taylor Made, Storm Surge, Anchor System, Monohull

Mfr. Taylor Made

Taylor Made, Storm Surge, Anchor System, Monohull. System allows for the placement of three anchors on a swivel and up to three lines back to the boat...
$309.31 - $346.63

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mooring buoy

Please advise how I can best install a mooring system for our 6 Angler 18’ boats.
Presently we set a stern anchor and tie the bow up to our dock.
I would like to use mooring balls with the propper Mooring Bouy hardware fitted so that when our clients come back from a trip they can grab the mooring bouy, attache a sternline and then tie up the bow to the dock.
we have a sandy bottom, so i plan to use sand screws, with a chain attached to it.
The weight of the chain should keep the boats away from the dock but still make it easy to board the boat from the dock. We have max 5’ tidal range here in the Bahamas.
I would appreciate your input.
Yves
Are all your mooring bouys made out of hard shell? I am concerned that our new boats will get scratched up when hitting those bouys?

Submitted by: Yves
Answer

Use a screw anchor, to chain, to a rope that has a loop through an Eva Fender. The rope/loop/eye at the top of the fender.

Mooring balls are a bit hard (they are all hard shell) and can leave a mark. You could use galvanized threaded rod through the Eva, but something heavy like 3/4 line and an eye at both ends with no slack on the fender would make the fender into a friendly buoy. It would stand up and be easy to identify.

You could get away with a 6-8" Screw Anchor.

Eva Fenders - something like the 31 x 10


 
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