Pontoon Mooring

Pontoon Moorings can be of various types. The boats are tied fore and aft to pontoons. It is common that large pontoons for heavy vessels are ‘piled’ i.e. secured by steel piles driven into the riverbed. To allow for the rise and fall of the tide these piles have to be at least 6-7 metres above the low tide level of the river and they therefore can be quite obtrusive in sensitive locations. Some pontoons are connected to the shore and are known as ‘walk ashore’ pontoons. 

  • Pontoon Mooring

    Pontoon Moorings can be of various types. The boats are tied fore and aft to pontoons. It is common that large pontoons for heavy vessels are