How it works

WITH MYOR YOU FINALLY SOLVE THE MOORING PROBLEMS

IT IS NO LONGER NECESSARY TO PICK UP THE MOORING ROPES FROM THE PIER

IT IS NO LONGER DIFFICULT TO STRETCH THE WIRE

All stationary boats suffer the effect of wind and current near the dock, therefore speed is fundamental in order to avoid collisions and crossings

MYOR reduces mooring time by 80%, at a double distance from the pier

All pier moorings require three fixed points: two ropes and a wire.

Fastened to MYOR and supported by the engine thrust, the boat is in a stable position that allows you to simply pick up and secure the wire.

ADVICES TO BETTER EQUIP YOUR MOORING

PIER MOORING :

MYOR FLEX

FLEX is flexible and soft therefore nothing happens if you move against FLEX

After having secured the FLEX hooks to the bitt of the boat, they can be launched or positioned inside the grate with the boat hook. The hook rotates automatically preventing accidental release.

Connect the windward side first and then the second hook, while reversing the gear.

No permanent changes to the piers are necessary.

Asses the distance between the mooring rings or the bitts by choosing the slightly shorter model.

If there are couplings on the vertical side of the pier, stretch and secure the thimble side preferably behind the mooring rings.

After fixing the side towards the pier, stretch the opposite side by means of the flexible bows as shown in the following figures.

If there are only bitts on the pier, keep MYOR FLEX stretched with a beam fastened with a chain to the bollards, positioned on the vertical side (for example, use a bridge axle for construction).

BUOY MOORING :

MYOR for BUOY

  • MYOR FLEX for BUOY is flexible and soft therefore nothing happens if you move against FLEX.
  • After having secured the FLEX hook to the bitt of the boat, it can be launched or positioned inside the grate with the boat hook. The hook rotates automatically preventing accidental release.
  • No changes to the buoy are necessary.
  • FLEX for BUOY connects to the buoy by means of a shackle that couples the four arms to the stem, and the stem to the ring by using a shackle.
  • Connect the regular mooring ropes between the MYOR grate and the buoy, adding buoys to the ropes in order to facilitate the grip with the boat hook.

PIER MOORING :

MYOR ONE – MYOR TWO

After securing the hooks for connecting MYOR ONE or TWO to the bitts of the boat, they can be positioned with the boat hook or using the properly installed bow.

Connect the windward side first and then the second hook, while reversing the gear.

No permanent changes to the piers are necessary.

In order to unhook from MYOR ONE or TWO, operate the release lever when the connection rope with the boat is stretched. This operation can be carried out with the boat hook or with a special release rope.

Position MYOR ONE or TWO preferably near the mooring points of the pier by fastening a chain to the rings.

If there are no couplings near the vertical side of the pier and only bollards are available on the horizontal surface, fix a beam on the vertical side of the pier and fasten MYOR with the same chain.

If there are only bitts on the pier, connect MYOR ONE or TWO to a chain stretched on a beam fastened to the bollards, positioned on the vertical side (for example, use a bridge axle for construction).

BUOY MOORING :

MYOR ONE for BUOY

 

Myor ONE for BUOY connects to the ring of the buoy by means of a shackle.

After securing the hooks for connecting MYOR ONE or TWO to the bitts of the boat, they can be positioned with the boat hook or using the properly installed bow.

No changes to the buoy are necessary.

In order to unhook from MYOR ONE or TWO, operate the release lever when the connection rope with the boat is stretched. This operation can be carried out with the boat hook or with a special release rope.

Connect the regular mooring ropes between the MYOR grate and the buoy, adding buoys to the ropes in order to facilitate the grip with the boat hook.