Docking

Docking

Keep your boat and dock safe and organized with our selection of high-quality docking equipment, including dock boxes and storage, dock lines, mooring whips, piling caps, and dock bumpers and guards.


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  1. Revolve Universal Mount

    $40.00
  2. Revolve Boat Hook Attachment

    $35.00
  3. Revolve Rollable Boat Hook - 75"

    $119.00
    Out of stock
  4. Davis Line Snubber™ 22" - Black - 2-Pack

    $21.99
  5. Panther Happy Hooker Mooring Aid - Plastic

    Special Price $57.60 Regular Price $73.49
  6. Panther Happy Hooker Mooring Aid - Stainless Steel

    Special Price $475.70 Regular Price $806.39
  7. Dock Edge Small End Plug - White *4-Pack

    $12.99
    Out of stock
  8. Rod Saver Rope Wrap - 16"

    $12.50
    Out of stock
  9. Rod Saver Rope Wrap - 10"

    $11.75
    Out of stock
  10. Rod Saver Dock Saver Dock Tie-Down

    $17.25
  11. Sea-Dog Leather Mooring Line Chafe Kit - 3/4"

    Special Price $14.84 Regular Price $15.95
  12. Sea-Dog Leather Mooring Line Chafe Kit - 5/8"

    Special Price $14.24 Regular Price $15.40

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WHAT IS DOCKING?

Docking refers to the process of securing a boat to a dock or pier. It involves the use of various equipment and techniques to ensure that the boat is safely and securely anchored to the dock, minimizing the risk of damage or injury.


WHAT ARE THE MOST POPULAR PIECES OF DOCKING EQUIPMENT?

There are several types of equipment that are commonly used for docking, including dock boxes and storage, dock lines, mooring whips, piling caps, and dock bumpers and guards.

  • Dock boxes and storage units are used to store boating equipment and supplies while the boat is docked. They are typically made of weather-resistant materials and can be secured to the dock to prevent theft or damage.
  • Dock lines are ropes that are used to tie a boat to a dock. They are available in various lengths and thicknesses to accommodate different boat sizes and docking conditions.
  • Mooring whips are flexible fiberglass poles that are used to keep a boat from coming into contact with the dock. They are installed on either side of the boat and help to prevent it from moving too much in response to waves or wind.
  • Piling caps are protective covers that are placed over the tops of wooden or concrete pilings to protect boats from damage. They are typically made of durable, UV-resistant materials and come in a variety of sizes to fit different types of pilings.
  • Dock bumpers and guards are designed to protect boats from damage caused by contact with the dock. They are typically made of heavy-duty materials and can be attached to the dock to absorb impacts and prevent scratches or dents.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO USE PROPER DOCKING EQUIPMENT?

Using proper docking equipment is essential to protect your boat from damage and ensure the safety of everyone onboard. It can also help to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries while docking.


HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT DOCKING EQUIPMENT FOR MY BOAT?

When choosing docking equipment, it's important to consider the size and weight of your boat, as well as the docking conditions and environment. You should also consider the durability and resistance to wear and tear, as well as the ease of use and maintenance.


HOW DO I PROPERLY MAINTAIN MY DOCKING EQUIPMENT?

Proper maintenance of docking equipment is essential to ensure that it continues to provide adequate support and protection for your boat. This may involve regular cleaning and inspection, as well as repairs or replacements as needed.

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