MooR FasT

If you've ever cursed at your crewmen, your wife or even yourself for not being able to hook a line at a mooring buoy, marina cleat, pile mooring, etc, then you need this very ingenious gadget.

MooR FasT® threads a rope through a buoy ring or marina cleat up to 2 metres away from the safety of your deck and brings it back on board. It will even scoop up rings and shackles that lie flat.

How to use the MooR FasT:
  1. Attach your own mooring line to the end of the MooR FasT® feeder line.
  2. Extend the telescopic pole to the required length locking it with a twist action.
  3. Giving a light pull on the feeder line helps to check that the gate is correctly located in the head. Ensure that the mooring line is free to run out.
  4. Push the ‘claw’ arm of the head through the centre of the mooring ring or cleat, opening the yellow ‘gate’.
  5. Continue pushing until the gate has sprung shut again. Pulling the MooR FasT® back will thread the feeder line through.
  6. Continue pulling to bring your mooring line back on board.

Alternatively, you may tie your own mooring line directly to the
MooR FasT® gate.
A Bowline is an appropriate knot to use. Note that heavy and/or stiff mooring lines may be more awkward to thread from a distance and pull back aboard.

You can also use the
MooR FasT® to help you to ‘lasso’ a cleat or bollard.

Or to thread your mooring line through the centre of a standard marina cleat.

Chosen as the Best Gadget from the London Boat Show by Sail World.

Available from:
MooR FasT

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