Marine gangway, also known as ship ladder, shore ladder, etc., is auxiliary equipment connecting the ship and the coast. This article will focus on the safety aspects of using a gangway as well as maintenance to help prolong the life of the gangway.
Mooring buoy is an object floating in the water that is used in the sea as a locator or a warning point for ships. The mooring buoy itself is made of high-quality imported PE materials, and the color is usually bright (fluorescent).
Mooring operation is one of the important tasks performed by the crew members on the ship. Boomarine summarizes 10 key points of mooring operations, and hopes that the crew will focus on mooring operations on deck to ensure safety.
Mooring ropes are primarily used to secure a boat to its berth against the effects of wind and current or other forces. The rational use of mooring ropes helps to greatly reduce the accident risk of ships in mooring engineering.
Compared with the hull, the anchor and the hull are very different in size. How can a small anchor hold a ship that is thousands of times larger than it? This is where the basic principles of physics come into play.
Anchor Chain is the part that connects an anchor to a ship or structure, anchor rod (or anchor cable). It consists of multiple chain links that resemble a closed loop. This article will focus on the composition and marking of anchor chains.
In daily use, it is inevitable that an accident will happen, an anchoring ship is very easy to drag its anchor. So how to prevent dragging anchors, and how to deal with them when encountering dragging anchors? This article will describe this in detail.
Anchoring system is an indispensable part of marine equipment. Long-term use of the anchoring system will inevitably lead to various problems. Therefore, the daily inspection and maintenance of anchoring system are very important.
The anchoring system is important equipment in the deck equipment of the ship. It mainly consists of anchor, anchor chain, anchor chain cylinder, chain maker, anchor windlass, anchor chain pipe, anchor chain cabin and chain discarder, etc.
Rubber Fenders are a kind of "bumper", mainly used to protect the hull and mooring facilities from damage when the ship is moored. The fender acts as a shock absorber by absorbing the berthing energy of the ship on the berthing facility.