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Monarch Marine Nor'Easter 2 Piece Mooring Whips

Monarch Marine Nor'Easter 2 Piece Mooring Whips

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The Monarch Nor'Easter 2 Piece Mooring Whips provide protection against dockside or seawall damage.

Features

  • Made of a special solid fiberglass
  • Painted to protect from the deteriorating effects of ultra violet rays from the sun
  • Adjustable and practical with no moving parts
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Monarch Mooring Whips are made of a special solid fiberglass. The poles are cut to specified lengths and the blanks are then centerless ground to give them a precision taper. They are painted to protect them from the deteriorating effects of ultra violet rays from the sun. They provide reliable protection against dockside or seawall damage. They have tapered, solid fiberglass poles, working like strong shock absorbers, to apply constant pressure to your boat- keeping it a safe distance from the dock or seawall. This affords protection against boat wakes, or storms. The Nor' Easter is adjustable and practical, yet has no moving parts.

Monarch Moor Whips are easy to install. The bow and stern lines are tied to a piling, cleats, or the bulkhead (if there is no dock) and the two spring lines criss-cross. These lines are for control of fore and aft movement.

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Monarch Marine Nor'Easter 2 Piece Mooring Whips MMW-IE Nor'Easter 2 piece mooring whips, for boats up to 23 feet
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