Marine Rope | Anchor Rope | Dock Line Supplier
Specializing in custom designed ropes for companies and individuals in need of dock lines, nautical ropes and anchor ropes. We deliver eight durable ropes in various sizes to meet your needs.
General Purpose Polyester/Nylon Rope
12 Strand Synthetic, Double Braided Polyester/Nylon Rope, Anchor Rope
Polyester and nylon ropes are the two most popular types of ropes for consumers today. Both offer significant advantages to anchor ropes: they are stronger, more durable, and often cheaper than other types of ropes. There are a few important differences that make polyester better suited for some nautical jobs and nylon better for others. Nylon absorbs the water longer than polyester would. Both types are highly resistant to sunlight and are also extremely resistant to other types of exposure, helping to extend the lives of anchor ropes and dock lines.
Nylon/Polyester Dock Rope
Dock lines are incredibly strong, elastic, and resists the harmful effects of sunlight. Dock line ropes are strong enough not to break, even with the hammering cleats that comes with a marine job. With its resistance to ultraviolet damage, matched with its incredible strength, dock lines made from synthetic materials are a necessity. There are two primary types of dock lines that are most common to use when docking. Nylon lines enjoy a long life in the nautical environment and are priced very inexpensively. Polyester is marginally better with life expectancy, but lacks with being less elastic than nylon.
Spectra/Dyneema Synthetic Rope
12 Strand Ropes, Bull Ropes
The last type of rope used for the marine environment is the spectra and dyneema ropes. They come in a 12 strand and a bull rope form with various sizes. There are many advantages to using either of these synthetic fibers. Having spectra or dyneema fibered ropes guarantees you that this will be 15x stronger pound for pound than steel and 40% stronger than Kevlar fiber. The wear and tear on these synthetic fibers will be less than on other fibered ropes, and ensure your safety when out on the water. Spectra and dyneema fibered ropes are synthetically engineered to anchor your largest boat.