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    Default Mooring with small box and a shore spike, how robust?

    Planning a couple road trips with the SA this year.

    Two places have shallow water at dock and will require mooring.

    I have a small box for the bow and ordering a shore spike for the transom. How much wave abuse can this combo take?

    2-3 foot rollers from of course other wake boats (lol) are entirely possible, we are our own worst enemies.....




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    It's pretty robust however if you are expecting heavy wave action I would look at extending the scope of the anchor line.
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    Default Mooring with small box and a shore spike, how robust?

    Quote Originally Posted by rdlangston13 View Post
    It's pretty robust however if you are expecting heavy wave action I would look at extending the scope of the anchor line.
    10:1 ish would be doable. Might look for a more robust anchor line too.


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    A bungee on your anchor line takes out the shock but give your boat room to bob around.
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