landolt docking-rescue hook

Landstr. 181, 7250 Klosters
Switzerland

Telephone +41 81 4224050-51
Fax +41 81 4224035
info@landolt-systems.ch

Location

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.09  Safety Equipment
  • 03.09.09  Safety Tools/Equipment
  • 03  Shipping/Yachting Equipment and Accessories
  • 03.11  Anchoring/Mooring/Shore Leave
  • 03.11.04  Mooring Lines/Ropes/Accessories

Mooring Lines/Ropes/Accessories

Our products

Product category: Safety Tools/Equipment

Landolt docking-rescue hook

High quality processing. High drag force. Big jaw opening. For ships up to 75 feet.

Connected to mooring line via shackles.
Is handled by a telescopic pole and can be disconnected from it.
The special lug makes close-fitting rings and mooring lines attached to the harbour wall easily accessible.
The large jaws mean it is very practical when securing the mooring lines on the bow.
A docking manoeuvre at a buoy becomes child's play.

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Product category: Safety Tools/Equipment

Landolt docking-rescue hook

High quality processing. High drag force. Big jaw opening. Connected to lifeline.

Is handled by a teleskopic pole and can be disconnected from it.
The hook with his large jaw reach easily rings and belts of the safety vest.

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Product category: Safety Tools/Equipment

Snap-lock telescopic poles in different lengths

Aluminium anodized
Screw connection with or without click-stops
Buoyant
¼“ thread for extensive accessories
Length: 230 cm / 300 cm / 600 cm up to 1200 cm
Transport length: from 132 cm up
Weight: from 580 gr. up

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About us

Company details

As a dentist I deal with various fastening systems for dental restoration on a daily basis.
My fascination with anchoring techniques is undiminished to this day.
It was therefore an obvious thing for me, as a single-handed sailor, to develop a mooring system which
would allow me to moor a yacht to a pile mooring safely and easily without external help in all standard situations.

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