boating fenders,marine fenders,boat fenders
Color:any color according to PMS system.
Logo:customed,stamping imprinting and sticking
∴Oval-shaped design minimizes rolling and reduces hull rub.
∴Molded-in eyelets withstand constant pull and tug of everyday use.
∴Air valve allows customized inflation.
∴Guarantee against splitting or bursting for the list of your boat.
∴Many sizes are available(length*dia.): 40*15, 42*11, 51*14, 62*16, 72*20, 95*30, 98*35, 98*40
Which Shape of Fender is Right For My Boat?
Powerboats & Sailboats:
Boats vary in displacement and windage, both of which are a factor in choosing fender sizes. If you have lots of rig, a pilothouse / cabin house or are a heavy displacement boat, you will need larger fenders. A mix of fender types that you can hang horizontally / vertically, as well as a couple round fenders will allow for most docking, rafting and unintentional contact situations.
Hands down the choice is round fenders for these vessels. Commercial boats typically have a spray or splash rail running along the side that prevents round fenders from really crawling up and into the boat!
Fenders for these types of boats tend to be used far less than on a docked boat. To add to the difference, most trailered boats are lighter than their dockside counterparts of the same length. For a boat tied to the dock during the day, under ideal weather conditions (the boat is put on a trailer when there is any threat of weather) you may choose to go down one size to save on room.