Gilman Soft-Lite Buoy
30"OD x 3"ID x 15"HT - Net Buoyancy 352 lbs
24"OD x 3"ID x 18"HT - Net Buoyancy 268 lbs
24"OD x 3"ID x 16"HT - Net Buoyancy 240lbs
*OD - Outer Diameter, ID - Inner Diameter, HT - Height
The Softlite Gel Coat Hull-Friendly Mooring Buoy is soft, resilient, unsinkable, able to survive collisions and is far less abrasive on the hull than standard hard mooring buoys.
Manufactured using a UV-resistant, Schedule 40-or-higher PVC with chain tube centered through a closed cell foam and coated with weather-resistant urethane finish
High moisture vapor transmission rate of closed cell foam greatly reduces water absorbtion even during long-term immersion
Urethane coating has good elongation and tensile strength properties making it highly compatible with flotation foam
Homan "TITAN" Buoy
The TITAN exterior shell is composed of polyethylene while the flotation is provided by a closed cell foam that will not absorb water. With a non marring PVC fender your buoy will not damage your vessels hull. The buoy design provides a larger area for pendant storage and fittings while allowing for mast buoy storage. The Homan “Hull Friendly” TITAN mooring buoy is the evolution of many years of manufacturing mooring buoys.
Carolina Water Works Buoy
Available sizes - 18" or 24"
This Carolina Waterworks buoy contains a shackle pocket. The impact resistant high density polyethylene shell is 3/16” thick filled with expanded polystyrene foam for the most reliable flotation. Thick wear resistant polyethylene tube is molded into the shell. Standard buoy is white with a reflective blue strip.
***Note - This buoy may scratch your boat's gel coat. We recommend the Titan or Gilman buoy for scratch prevention
"Novabraid" mooring pendants are custom fabricated to meet your specific performance requirement. Common configurations begin with Novablue premium double braid polyester rope and include a professionally spliced soft eye on one end and a thimble on the mooring end. Custom elements include colored urethane coating, choke lines, chafe sleeve, floats, nylon – galvanized or stainless steel thimbles, double and split configurations.
All Mast Buoys utilize only stainless steel fasteners. They use oversized plastic inserts to support and secure buoy to the mast. Uses a long lasting foam buoy and encapsulate counterweight in heavy plastic.