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Colligo Marine's Bridal mooring plate system

by Colligo Marine 1 May 2021 13:32 PDT
Bridal mooring plate system © Colligo Marine

Bridle Plate Mooring System shown mounted on top of mooring ball for illustration only. We recommend mounting below the ball, directly to the chain for maximum strength.

  • Weight 7.8 lbs.
  • Jaw opening 16 mm or 5/8"
  • U.S. Patent No. 7516713

New redesigned Monohull Bridle Plate Mooring System: smaller, lighter, and just as strong! Swivel incorporated into plate! Main swivel pin can be seized and has a cotter pin for extra safety!

"If you leave your boat often, particularly if it's miles away and unattended, you can benefit from this security item," - Practical Sailor

See the Practical Sailor review of our Mooring System.

For monohulls or multihulls

Our Bridle Plate Mooring System offers the following:

  • Allows the use of up to three lines from your mooring for redundant protection.
  • Maintains separation of shackles to virtually eliminate line to line interference.
  • Extra Large 3/4 inch jaw and jaw swivel and 5/8 inch shackles.
  • The Galvanized Bridle Plate has a safe working load limit of over 8,000 lbs-force.

See the story behind the Bridle Plate Mooring System here

If you have a $20.00 boat, use a $20.00 Mooring System.

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