Don't trust your most valued possession to anything less than the best
At Channel Moorings Maintenance we know the importance of secure moorings. Thats why when it comes to inspecting and servicing your mooring we have all the equipment at hand to replace any worn or defective components. As a result our quality workmanship will ensure your vessel is secured for the wildest weather.
Channel Moorings Maintenance specialise in different types of moorings for various sized craft and will advise you if they think your mooring is under-rated for your vessel. If you are changing vessels it is important to check with us first to ensure continued security for the new vessel.
When it comes to peace of mind that your vessel is moored securely, you need to go with a mooring contractor you can trust.
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Contact us today to discuss with us your particular requirements. No job is too big and we love a challenge.
The length of your vessel will determine the underwater asset setup.
Mooring Service Process
When we inspect your mooring we ensure that your boat is tied alongside our mooring vessel or at another suitable mooring nearby and that your mooring has been correctly attached to our lifting winch allowing for easy inspection and cleaning.
We will look at all mooring ropes to ensure that they’re clean and intact. If we find a buildup of algae or growth these ropes are water blasted to ensure they stay clean and that they still have structural integrity. We then lift the mooring chain and block to the surface and clean and inspect this thoroughly.
It is very important that the smallest signs of wear and tear are identified and replaced. If we find parts that need replacing, at this point we’ll replace these with new parts to ensure the safety of your mooring.
Once our cleaning and inspection process has been completed we check the compass bearings for your mooring registration and we put the mooring back into its original position. Appropriate tags are applied to advise the next service date.
Your mooring needs to be inspected every two years to comply with Marine and Service Tasmania (MAST).