Robline Nylon Double Braid Boat Anchoring Dock Line Sailing Rope White 35ft longRegular price $92.73 Save $-92.73
Premium Nylon Double Braid Dock Line - 3/4" x 35' - WhiteRobline Premium Dock Lines are professionally manufactured, balanced, spliced, and whipped to offer the highest quality and longest-lasting dock line. Whether you are securing your boat for a hurricane or tying your boat to a dock, pier, or seawall, Robline has the right dock line for you. Made of high-grade polyamide (nylon), Robline’s dock lines are incredibly strong, UV resistant, and have just enough stretch to protect your boat from shock damage.
While there are various kinds of dock lines, you can’t go wrong with Robline’s Premium Nylon dock lines. When loads are suddenly applied, the line will stretch and dissipate the stress rather than break. This shock absorption technology is a great feature that helps reduce wear and tear on your deck and dock hardware.
Robline Premium Nylon Dock Lines are professionally balanced to prevent kinking/hockling and they also include a whipped eye splice with a heat-sealed end. UV-resistant materials help prolong life and maintain colorfastness so they retain their like-new appearance.
Robline dock lines are professionally eye spliced, whipped, balanced, and ready for use.
- Material: Double braid high-grade marine nylon
- Applications: Dock lines, anchor lines (available in white/gold only), and mooring lines
- Best for boats up to 55'
- Color: White
- Length: 35 ft
- Rope Diameter: 3/4 in. / 20 mm
- Tensile Strength: 25,852 lbs / 11,726 kg
WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE OUR Premium Nylon Double Braid Dock Line?High- quality material: The perfect combination of high-grade marine nylon, special torque balanced construction, and a unique stabilization process produces this l line that resists kinking.
Durability: Robline’s dock lines are incredibly strong, UV resistant, and have just enough stretch to protect your boat from shock damage.
Shock absorption technology: The line will stretch and dissipate the stress rather than break when loads are suddenly applied. The shock absorption technology is will help reduce wear and tear on your deck and dock hardware
- Product name: ROBLIN 3/4" X 35' PREMIUM NYLON DOUBLE BRAID DOCK LINE
- Manufacturer: Robline
- Manufacturer Part No: 7181950
Very good, the well-made line at a great price.
I've purchased a lot of dock lines. We just purchased a larger boat, that did not include enough lines. So, I purchased this. It is every bit as well made as lines I have purchased from local marine stores and at a better price. Nicely whipped loop and bitter end.
Excellent value for money
Not being a first-time buyer, I will continue to return!! EXCELLENT quality resists saltwater and sun...PLUS it just damn look's good on my boat!! FAST shipping.
Nice dock lines
Nice heavy-duty line. Will make my boat look better tied up at the restaurant docks.
In order to prolong the service life of your ropes, we recommend that you observe the following instructions:
Always keep the ropes in a clean and dry place. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Do not drag ropes over rough surfaces or dirty grounds, as dirt can penetrate between the fibers and cause abrasion damage. Always keep ropes away from chemicals. If you plan to keep the ropes in storage for extended periods of time, wash them first in freshwater. Salt and dirt will reduce a rope's life span.
Coiling up of ropes
3-strand ropes of any type could be damaged if they are taken off a coil the wrong way. Always keep this in mind and avoid kinks that would open up the 3 strands and compromise the integrity of the rope. Braided ropes may get twisted by incorrect handling. The ideal method to coil up a braided rope is in the form of figure 8. This avoids putting a twist in the rope and will ensure its optimal running behavior when using it again. When using a reel with a braided rope, make sure that it runs freely on a central axle. This helps avoid twists and kinks in the rope.
Ropes used around sheaves will experience a reduction in strength and lifetime. We suggest that you use a sheave diameter which is approx. 8-9 times the rope diameter. The use of V-profile sheaves should be avoided as they compress the rope and cause local friction thus shortening the rope's lifetime.
The requirements for ropes used on winches differ from those for ropes only used on cleats. It is important to understand that some cover constructions are not designed to be used on abrasive winch drums, as they would degrade rapidly.
Exposure to chemicals may cause synthetic fiber ropes to deteriorate or be damaged. This may lead to a considerable loss in the strength of a rope. Impregnating a rope with unauthorized products may alter the properties of the treated rope. Therefore, we recommend refraining from using any solvents or other conventional cleaning products. If in doubt, please contact your New England Ropes dealer.
Exposure to temperatures above 40° C may change the properties of a rope temporarily or even permanently. In some cases, such changes can be positive, e.g., changes brought about by pre-stretching or heat-setting processes. Nevertheless, in most cases, high temperatures lead to adverse consequences that reduce the strength of the rope. Be sure to avoid any exposure to punctual heat sources.
The heat generated by friction
When using a rope on a winch, it may happen that friction-induced heat causes fibers of the rope to melt. This can compromise the rope's performance. Some ropes are specifically designed to withstand extensive friction and the heat generated by it – your dealer will be happy to assist you in finding the right product for your specific application.
Ultraviolet rays may affect the quality and lifetime of synthetic fiber ropes. Hence, it is imperative to limit the exposure of ropes to sunlight to a minimum, if possible. Ropes with smaller diameters are affected more severely than larger diameter ropes.
Contact with abrasive surfaces or sharp edges will generally lead to damage on the rope. Therefore, be sure to avoid having ropes run across any type of non-movable surfaces unless they were designed for this purpose (e.g. rings). It is also important to avoid any situations where ropes will come into contact with sand, dirt, and other abrasive particles. The damage caused by this in a rope's interior may not be visible from the outside. However, it may
Soaking the section of used rope to be spliced in water will loosen and lubricate the fibers and make the splice easier to perform. Through use and exposure to the elements, the fibers in a used rope have probably lost some of their original strength. In addition, some shrinkage has probably occurred making this splice the most difficult to perform.
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In recent years, FSE Robline, a brand of TEUFELBERGER, has increasingly shifted its focus to becoming the leading specialist supplier for sailing & yachting ropes. And successfully so, by moving closer to those who set the pace. Sailing crews from Austria, Kuwait, Qatar, Croatia, Brazil, etc. rely on the expertise of and on cordage from Robline®. They are also the official supplier of lines for the most active high-performance sailing classes. In the RC 44, GC32, TP 52 and M32 classes, the world's best regatta sailors challenge and support them in the development of ropes that perform to the max in any situation.