Frequently asked questions
A diameter, in the major point, of 9 cm and a length from 1.3 meters to 2 meters depending on the model.
No, I can remove it and compact it or keep it flipped close to the runners.
No, I can apply a double-sided adhesive in the most appropriate position in order to hook the bow.
No, the bow must be positioned and removed only during mooring and unmooring operations. The rope can be fixed to the bollards or, if desired, in sailboats, it can be connected to the winches to adjust the distance from the pier.
No, I use the bollards or rings on the pier to place a chain that connects them; to this I will connect MYOR (in case of buoy I will use the provided connection bar).
Regulate the engine speed to the minimum to ensure the necessary thrust to oppose the wind or sea stream that pushes the boat against the pier.
Yes, it is possible to assemble and fasten the bow in a few seconds and, once you put the engine forward and unhook the rope and the mooring ropes, it is possible to disengage using the boat hook or a rope controlled from the steering gear even if away from the stern (or bow).
Yes, it is one of the main reasons why MYOR has been invented.
Yes, it is possible to use a rope which can be activated from the steering gear.
I can apply the reference pole on the float.
The float can be easily replaced or painted with antifouling.
Nothing, because it’s made of plastic and does not do any damage.
It is an operation you can complete in less than a minute.