Boat Mooring

1. Concrete Fingers

provide the strongest and most convenient mooring for large yachts. Being very stable, they offer safe and easy mooring, comfortable wide access and high load capacity. Concrete Fingers come in different length, widths and freeboards and share the same construction process as Marinetek’s Premier and Super Yacht Pontoons.

2. – 4. Mooring Fingers

have been designed according to Australian Standards and are very strong and stable, making them ideal for demanding solutions. They have either a steel or aluminium frame and are fitted to the pontoon by rubber-bolt joints and adapters to match different pontoon types. Standard lengths range from 6 to 18 m. Fingers are decked with either treated soft wood or wood plastic composite and have plastic fenders at the top edges. For aluminium Mooring Fingers we only use high strength marine grade aluminum alloy 6061-T6, extra strong extrusion with unique single or double track system for easy marina reconfigurations, all reinforced with easy access utility troughs on each side. Our unique aluminum system can also be combined with our unique hybrid technology replacing poly-floats with high stability concrete floats.

5. Boat Booms

are light in weight, have a single hot-dipped galvanised steel tube frame and are 4,5-8 m long. A decking option is available of treated soft wood or wood plastic composite. The booms are inexpensive and designed for easy, safe mooring of small boats in sheltered marinas. The plastic floats are filled and rotation moulded, and are offered in two different designs.

6. Our large variety of standard Access Bridges

come in 4-20m lengths and widths of 1,2-2,4m. They are built from aluminium, hot-dipped galvanised steel or treated timber and are decked in either softwood or wood plastic composite. In addition to standard bridges, Marinetek provides customised designs to meet local regulations and customer needs. Caroline Bay