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Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip

Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip

Description

The Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip features a "Plug & Socket" design for quick and easy separation and a cast aluminum base with built-in cleat, ring, and thumb screw.

Features

  • Mounts With A Durable Cast Aluminum Base With Built-In Cleat
  • Act As A Spring To Maintain Your Boat At A Safe Convenient Distance Away From Your Dock To Prevent Impacts Caused By Waves Or Wakes Of Other Watercrafts
  • Complete With Double Braided Nylon Whip Lines, Spring Lines, And Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware
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$360.99
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$275.43
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Details

The practical alternative to marine railways, davits and lifts, these fiberglass Mooring Whips are exceptionally strong, attractive and do not obstruct your waterfront view. Some mooring areas may be too rough for any type of tie-up system. Weight is more critical than boat length when selecting the correct size of whip.


Dock-Side Premium
These Premium Whips start with a solid fiberglass rod and are then manufactured in multi-stages with an exclusive cross-wound fiberglass for extra rigidity unobtainable with solid rod alone. This multi-stage manufacturing gives these whips the necessary strength and flex to retain the boats' position. Each whip includes our unique functional roller tip and a tie-off cleat for easier access to your boat. Stainless steel mounting hardware included.

8 ft:

  • 2,500 lbs
  • Up To 18ft

12 ft:

  • 5,000 lbs
  • Up To 23ft

16 ft:

  • 20,000 lbs
  • Up To 33ft

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip 3200-F Premium Mooring Whip, 2 Piece, 8 ft
$275.43
In Stock
Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip 2PC 12ft 5,000 LBS up to 23ft 3400-F Premium Mooring Whip, 2 Piece, 12 ft
$413.25
In Stock
Dock Edge Premium Mooring Whip 2PC 16ft 20,000LBS up to 33ft 3800-F Premium Mooring Whip, 2 Piece, 16 ft
$543.13
In Stock
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