CONSERVATION ELASTIC MOORING SYSTEM
The Hazelett Conservation Elastic Mooring System is an advanced alternative to traditional ball and chain moorings. When riding out “The Hurricane of 38” and then Gloria in 1985 , on two different vessels anchored with chain, Vermont- based inventor and industrialist Bill Hazelett had ample time to observe the stresses and motions of vessels anchored with chain in extreme weather. Bill Hazelett was determined to develop an elastic mooring system that would reduce point loads on deck hardware, eliminate the jerking motion when chain becomes taut and keep the vessels pointed straight into the wind. Mr. Hazelett spent a lot of time and resources in the following years developing the Hazelett Elastic Rodes.
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