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Mooring Buoy, Sur-Moor Taper Buoy, Hard Shell Mooring Buoy

Mooring Buoy, Sur-Moor Taper Buoy, Hard Shell Mooring Buoy
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$160.11 - $436.65
Sur-Moor Taper Mooring Buoys Place More Flotation at the Waterline Creating Higher visibility for the Mooring. The tube through the center design allows easy access to the mooring shackle with the mooring chain passing through the buoy. The polyethylene hard shell is UV protected and sandblasted for easy painting. Buoys come with a reflective blue stripe for better nighttime visibility and filled with foam for positive water displacement. Built to withstand the constant abuse of most mooring environments.

  • Flanged double collar made from rigid PVC tubing
  • 3 year flotation warranty
  • Hardware not included
  • See "Sur-Moor Mooring Buoy Use" for application suggestions

Part No. Mfr No. Buoyancy Diameter Length Tube Size Unit Leaves Warehouse* List Price
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Mooring Buoy, Sur-Moor Taper Buoy, Hard Shell 18"
115406 46718 70 lbs 18" 16-3/4" 2-1/2" Each 3 Days $182.41
$160.11
On Sale
 
Mooring Buoy, Sur-Moor Taper Buoy, Hard Shell 24"
115407 46724 165 lbs 24" 22-11/16" 2-1/2" Each 3 Days $336.65
$295.49
On Sale
 
Mooring Buoy, Sur-Moor Taper Buoy, Hard Shell 30"
115408 46730 410 lbs 30" 30" 3" Each 3 Days $472.89
$436.65
 
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Additional Description
Buoyancy ratings listed on the product page indicate the maximum flotation the buoy provides while fully submerged. Use 50% of this value as the weight the buoy can support at the level of the blue stripe. As a general rule, you should select a buoy offering slightly over twice the amount of flotation required for the weight of the anchor chain you will be using. (Example: 50 lbs of anchor chain will require a little more than 100 lbs of buoyancy)

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