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product review 2016 Global sales for mooring solution Following its launch in late 2015 and introduction to the international market via Marina World, Pile Ring received a great many enquiries from marina operators all over the globe in 2016 and appointed agents in the UK and USA. Developed in New Zealand as an industry first, Pile Ring is a onepiece flotation device that provides monitor-free mooring with permanently tight lines. It thus protects boats and dock systems in all conditions and also reduces maintenance by alleviating the chafing of mooring lines on pilings and reducing the build up of marine growth. Superior delivered boutique marina Superior Jetties started work to engineer and build a 50-berth boutique marina at Koolewong on the central coast of NSW, Australia. Ten catamaran berths and ten visitor berths are in the mix and there is space to double the size of the marina in five years subject to permissions. South American expansion Portuguese company Grupo Lindley opened Lindley BR, a subsidiary in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The new company focuses on the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of floating equipment, aids to navigation and port equipment. Global insurance London-based Lloyd’s insurance syndicate and international insurer Markel International launched a new range of bespoke marina and marine trades insurance products. Developed by underwriters Stephen Loader and Holley Pizzey, the policies are available worldwide via local insurance brokers. The Golden Deck Lift gives secure 360° access to a floating vessel and above-water boat storage. Designed to blend seamlessly with the main docks, units are tailormade to meet a wide range of lift capacities. • A special floating dock system was introduced by Italia Marine to complement its proven Marine Service Lift. The new generation Boat Service Lift (BSL) gives the yard operator the opportunity to work on a vessel hull or its propulsion system without using up valuable land space, paying expensive diving contractors, risking water pollution or relying on cranes, hoists or trolley supports. Dredging innovations • Recognising that dewatering is a major obstacle encountered by dredging contractors all around the world, Wisconsin-based company IMS purchased patent pending GeoPool dredge dewatering technology. Claimed to be inexpensive, reusable and scalable, the technology, in most cases, does not require polymers. It was invented by an IMS Versi- Dredge customer and underwent successful trials in the USA and Europe. Several GeoPools have since been sold. • Rose City Yacht Club, an established private marina and social club on the Columbia River in Portland, Oregon put a new Badger class dredger from Louisiana-based DSC Dredge Marine Travelift designed the new 85 BFMII boat hoist to lift heavier vessels. It features a new slew bearing system with easy access grease points and sealed housing and the Parker IQAN intelligent diagnostics system. into service. The machine was purchased by the club to replace an older dredger in use for over 20 years. The Badger is an 8in (20cm) cutter suction conventional style machine whose compact size and manoeuvrability are ideally suited to marina operations. Its Metso pump produces more than enough volume of material and static head to accommodate the parameters required by the marina. • A highly manoeuvrable and easily transportable sediment removal system was developed by Kansas-based Geoform International to access areas impossible to reach with excavators or hydraulic dredgers. Named Dino Six, the machine measures 21ft (6.4m) long x 71 in (180cm) wide x 64in (162cm) high and weighs just 3,800lbs (1,724kg). It can be lifted in and out of the water easily and loaded onto a trailer, does not disturb the shoreline and leaves no footprint that needs to be repaired. Full details of all products, news and new services in this article were published in Marina World issues 93-99 (Jan/Feb 2016 – Jan/Feb 2017 inclusive). 14 - Suppliers & Services 2017/2018

ANCHORING & MOORING SYSTEMS FOR PONTOONS/DOCKS Anchoring & mooring systems for pontoons/docks A-Laiturit Oy Finland Tel: +358 405 565501 A-Laiturit Oy provides everything needed to equip a marina and pontoons – from concrete anchors to lifebuoys. Appropriate quality equipment increases the safety of the pontoons and makes the marina more attractive. Ahlers Lindley Portugal Tel: +351 21 469 2024 Design, manufacture and installation of floating solutions for marinas and harbours. Breakwaters, pontoons, access bridges and accessories. Turnkey solutions from project design to installation. A subsidiary of Grupo Lindley, which has over 85 years of experience in harbour infrastructure. Aister Marinas Spain Tel: +34 986240294 Manufacturer and installer of aluminium floating and fixed pontoon systems, service pedestals, breakwaters, gangways, ramps and accessories for marinas. Turnkey projects, from design to installation. Own pile driving barges. Workboats. All Nautica France Tel: +33 474 762222 All Nautica is a professional distributor offering a wide range of nautical products and accessories to equip docks and pontoons all over the world. American Muscle Docks & Fabrication USA Tel: +1 800 223 3444 Manufacturer of metal boat dock hardware and accessories. Steel truss, wood dock, stationary dock, flotation, ramps, pile guides and more. The company custom fabricates to specific marina needs. Formerly Follansbee Dock Systems. Båtbryggan AB Sweden Tel: +46 86430330 Båtbryggan is a family business with over 30 years of marine experience, offering services and products for everything from small bridges to heavy breakwater concrete pontoons and complete port facilities. DualDocker GmbH Austria Tel: +43 7744 6667 Innovative mooring solutions for floating structures, houseboats, pontoons and yachts. Secure and convenient in all conditions. High damping capacity, zero impact on underwater world. Gael Force Engineering Ltd UK Tel: +44 (0)1463 229400 Design, manufacture and installation of performance marina systems and breakwaters for exposed and sheltered locations. Also design and supply of mooring equipment and systems for marina and other marine applications. Hazelett Marine USA Tel: +1 802 863 6376 Hazelett Marine is the largest manufacturer of conservation elastic mooring systems in North America. The company has made thousands of installations securing yachts, docks, wave attenuators and aquaculture farms worldwide. Helix Mooring Systems, Inc USA Tel: +1 207 489 9345 Helix Mooring anchors are available for all marine mooring applications – floating docks/pontoons, single point boat moorings, wave attenuators. Effective with Seaflex elastic rodes. Preferred by environmental organisations around the world. Inmare – Astrea Società Cooperativa Sociale Italy Tel: +39 071 71 33 104 Inmare is a producer and distributor of innovative marine fenders and mooring systems. Non-toxic, UV-resistant products do not stain or scratch boats and do not deteriorate over time. Further characteristics include use of advanced materials, Italian design, protection, functionality and superior technology. JLD International The Netherlands Tel: +31 299 622 396 JLD is a global provider of anchors, plastic sheet piling and WPC decking. Its key products include the JLD-hit anchor; a mechanical ground anchor. JLD plastic sheet piling is a surprisingly strong and durable solution for seawalls, bulkheads etc. JLD partners with Marinetek in the Netherlands. Livart Marine Industry Co Ltd China Tel: +86 755 25578529 Livart is a premium floating solutions provider with an international patented floating system. It designs and supplies all kinds of aluminium gangways, floating pontoons, floating houses, floating helipads and marine accessories. - Suppliers & Services 2017/2018 15

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