Pear-shaped Mini Inflatable Fender - Ø 9 cm

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White pear-shaped fender by Gibellato Forniture Nautiche. Inflatable type, made of wear-resistant polymer using the method of seamless casting.

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TypePear-shaped fender BrandG.F.N. SRL Shipping fromItaly Diameter Ø, cm9
  • White
Diameter Ø, cm
Height, cm
Pear-shaped fender
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Compact, only 9 cm in diameter and 11 cm in height, it is ideal for transom boats and rafts, as well as for small boats in comfortable mooring conditions. Can be used as a marker buoy. It also can be used as a line-throwing buoy when mooring. Sometimes all sorts of small objects like a screwdriver or keys are tied to it so that they do not drown. It has a matte surface and a nylon valve for air pumping.

The material used is not affected by salt water, does not germinate with algae and will not become a breeding ground for mold and fungi. It’s UV resistant and will not fade in the sun. Also immune to contact with petroleum products such as diesel fuel, gasoline and oils. Easy to get rid of mud, sand, dirt and salt with simple cleaning products.

Fenders are bought to be used as a shock-absorbing pad in order to avoid damage to the coating of the sides from friction and shock during mooring or docking. Side-tied fenders are hung from the side in such a way that they are located between the ship's hull and the walls of the pier. This results in a series of protective buffers, which protects the vessel from scratches.

The number of dampers required depends largely on

  • mooring conditions;
  • ship mass;
  • body length.

This is not regulated by the rules of the sea, but it is standard practice to have one fender on a yacht for every 2 or 3 meters of the boat and no less than three pieces on one side.

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