About our mooring lines and mooring wires

Mooring lines or mooring wires used to secure a ship at a berth. Mooring lines should be arranged as symmetrically as possible about the midship point of the ship.

The mooring line should be able to absorb shocks that are generated by wind or swell. The amount of stretch required is defined by the situation of the vessel is moored. Harbors with good protection require minimal stretch, while mooring in places where you might experience big swells it is important to have good stretch. In this case even extra items may be required such as rubber stretchers.

MAGNARO® Aramid rope
synthetic mooring ropes flex TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO®-Flex rope
synthetic mooring ropes float TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO® Float rope
synthetic mooring ropes nylon TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO®- 6 nylon rope
MAGNARO®- Nylon rope
synthetic mooring ropes Danline TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO®- Danline
synthetic mooring ropes HTPP TEHO ropes Europe
synthetic mooring ropes hmpe TEHO ropes Europe
synthetic mooring ropes Winchline TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO®- Winchline
synthetic mooring ropes Tibrid TEHO ropes Europe
MAGNARO®- Tibrid

What are the three 3 basic mooring line types?

There are three fundamental types of mooring lines used to secure vessels: chain mooring lines, wire mooring lines, and synthetic fiber ropes. Each type is engineered for optimal strength and durability, ensuring that even the largest ships are anchored safely and securely. Chain lines are known for their robustness and resistance to abrasion, making them ideal for harsh marine environments. Wire lines, on the other hand, offer a good balance between strength and flexibility, suitable for a variety of mooring conditions. Synthetic fiber ropes, celebrated for their lightweight and ease of handling, provide excellent strength-to-weight ratios and are increasingly popular in modern maritime operations.

What is the best line for mooring?

At Teho Ropes, we specialize in providing expert solutions for all your mooring line needs, understanding that the best choice depends on various factors including the vessel’s size, the mooring conditions, and specific operational requirements. Our range includes:

Wire mooring lines

Perfect for applications that demand a blend of high strength and flexibility. Our wire lines are heavier than synthetic options but provide exceptional environmental resistance, making them suitable for larger vessels requiring robust mooring solutions.

Synthetic fiber ropes

Our synthetic ropes, including nylon, polyester, and polypropylene, are increasingly favored for their high strength-to-weight ratio, ease of handling, and excellent elasticity, which is crucial for absorbing shock loads. These lines are ideal for a wide array of vessels, especially where quick adjustments and ease of handling are paramount.

At Teho Ropes, we leverage our expertise to recommend the most suitable mooring line for your specific needs, whether you require the durability and resistance of chain, the strength and flexibility of wire, or the lightweight and shock-absorbing properties of synthetic fibers. Trust us to provide the best mooring solutions tailored to your unique requirements.