Customer Success & Scientific Support

Mike Wickenden from Hero Divers & Red Cap Marine has installed and inspected thousands of Hazelett moorings in the New England states.

Ray Shephard is a dockmaster at Point Bay Marina.  Point Bay Marina has 108 Hazelett single point mooring systems. 

係留ブイ計画ガイド

International PADI, Inc, California | March 2015

強風状態では、チェーンは(従来の係留システムでは)ほぼ直線になるまで伸びます。これが発生すると、(カテナリー)カーブによって提供される弾性が失われます。チェーンは、ボトムアンカーとボートの間で剛性の鋼棒になります。風や波の力の追加の増加は、アンカーシステムのコンポーネントによって吸収される必要があります。何かが失敗するはずです。アンカーが緩み、ペナントが壊れるか、クリートが引き出されます。

Hazelett Elastic Mooring Rodeは、より優れたソリューションを提供します。その設計された弾力性のために、それは風と海の負荷の下でスムーズに伸び、それによって堅いチェーンの最大力を排除しました。 Hazelett Rodeは、係留システムに新しい次元、つまり弾性の次元を提供します。嵐の状態の間、この新しい次元は、高潮によって引き起こされる水深の突然の増加や離脱ボートの影響からも保護します。

係留インフラ技術のレビュー

RPS APASA PTY LTD, Australia | July 2014

Hazelettの乗り物は弾性を維持し、強風や潮からの力を吸収し、激しい嵐の条件下でも係留システムの完全性を維持します

マン島で実施されたプライベート係留裁判のレビュー(進行中)

Bryan Gullan, Isle of Man | November 2017

係留設備内の弾力性により、悪天候時のチェーン係留に関連する「スナッチ」が完全に排除され、荒れた状況でボートが係留時に非常に安定した位置を維持するのに役立ちます。 Hazelettシステムは実質的にすべての可動部品を排除するため、大部分のコンポーネントの摩耗を低減します

アマモの生息地を保護する保全係留

マサチューセッツ海洋漁業マサチューセッツ管区| 2009年2月

西オーストラリア州ロットネスト島でのボート係留に関連する海草損失

BACI design reveals the decline of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica induced by anchoring.

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"Hazelett Marine was easy to work with, delivery was fast and product was cheaper than competitive products.  While our dock was inland, it survived Hurricane Florence because of Hazelett elastics.  We will definitely use them on our next project."

Steven Bailey, NC Wildlife Resources Commission - September 2018

"Marshall Marine’s three docks were constructed with a piling support system customary to this area (South Dartmouth, MA), however, ongoing maintenance costs and service disruptions were causing us problems.

Steve Gomes came up with a cost-saving solution using a Hazelett anchoring system instead of replacing expensive pilings sheared by ice flow that were in otherwise good condition. We proceeded cautiously, installing just one dock system at first, but after two years of zero breakage or maintenance, all of our docks are now secured with a Hazelett system."

Billy Pires, Marshall Marine Services - 2015

"I’m moored in Groton CT and when Irene came through I went down to look at how everyone that was still in the mooring field was doing (I hauled out for the storm).

We had one boat on a Helix/Hazelett combination and although the wind wasn’t too bad the waves were high, short and steep. The thing I noticed was when this boat hit the end of its travel with a wave there was no whipping motion from the roller furler foil on the head stay. The other boats around it had a distinct whipping motion as they came tight on their chains. So the elastic rode was doing its job and the helix is about 12 feet into the bottom so dragging isn’t an issue.

Not a cheap solution but a lot of peace of mind."

Boat Owner - 2011

"I spent a few days at the factory training installations and can tell ya, they are Wicked Good! and Worth Springing the Bucks for!

Get the Best. Get Hazelett."

Capt Walt - June 2010

"Thanks a million for saving my boat! The people on shore during George’s attack agreed that the Hazelett mooring pennant held Gaviota while other smaller and lighter boats dragged the moorings (and anchors) until they hit the rocks and the fuel docks, where they were destroyed. One 40′ boat moored to a block 1m3 and two screws beached in the mangroves.

This is a remarkable test when you consider that Gaviota is heavy (54,000lb) and 14′ beam, and that the winds were at least 110mph. But the real stress came from the surge and waves. They tell me that the boats were pitching 30 degrees or more."

Fritz - November 1998

"As a commercial spear fisherman, I need to know that my boat will remain on its mooring through a nasty blow and be ready for a day’s work. Since I’ve been using your rode, my anchorage has been hit by several fronts blowing in excess of 40 knots for four days straight, and one that came through at over 60 knots.

While many boats were dragging their moorings, chaffing through pennant lines, and yawing about, my 45-footer rode out the storms easily, with no problems. I noticed that there is less strain on my mooring, lines, and boat since I purchased your rode, and I would recommend it to anyone, especially liveaboards."

Lee Starling, Commercial Fisherman, Key West, FL - April 1998