EzyRider Mooring System

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The EzyRider Mooring System from Global Moorings has virtually no impact on the marine environment because it has no moving parts to come in contact with the seabed floor, according to the Australian manufacturer.

EzyRider is manufactured from heavy-duty, but lightweight and corrosion-resistant, materials. Buoyancy and tensioned rubbers dissipate energy, reducing the jerky, snatch effect often experienced on other mooring systems. It can be installed to various anchoring systems, in a wide range of applications and in most marine locations and substrates.

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Unique self-centering action reduces the amount of vessel swing room by up to 50 percent, providing significant space-saving advantages for marinas and boat owners. Prices range from $1,500 to $1,700, with three models for boats up to 75 feet. Contact: www.ezyridermooring.com

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