Guarantees clean hands and hull
Using GHOOK the mooring line won’t touch hull, deck, fenders or your hands. Transferring the mooring line with GHOOK is the cleanest transfer ever.
The float lanyard included can be adjusted for even easier handling. When attached the mooring line can be transferred at the side of the hull at a lower position below the gunwale without any fear of the mooring lazy line touching the boat’s fenders. Mud and shells attached to the mooring line, will fall into the water instead of onto the deck. Holding the GHOOK instead of the mooring line directly also protects the crew’s hands and provides a much smoother and speedy mooring experience.
Allows one-handed use
GHOOK is designed to be used with one hand only. The free hand can be used for better stability, increased safety and faster movement. GHOOK can be connected and used together with a traditional boat hook. Picking the lazy mooring line from the pier with GHOOK is easy due to its adapted shape. Once completed the user can quickly separate the GHOOK from the boat hook.
Protects hands from injuries
GHOOK enables transfer of the mooring line without touching it. Keep your hands clean and forget about cuts and scratches. The GHOOK’s ergonomic handle provides the best grip possible allowing you to use it with one hand only.
The GHOOK’s safety latch prevents the mooring line from slipping out of the GHOOK during its transfer.
The lanyard included comes with a floating ball for better grip and security.
3x faster mooring
When compared to traditional mooring, using the GHOOK accelerates the mooring process by up to 3 times.
GHOOK’s rotating wheel is designed to minimize friction and provides the fastest possible transfer of even the most overgrown mooring lines. The mooring speed is particularly crucial in windy conditions, which can cause drifting, possible collisions, hand injuries or at the very least a lot of stress! For that reason, the GHOOK is designed to provide the optimal speed and strength performance. Special attention went into minimizing the friction caused by overgrown ropes … algae and barnacles are no obstacle to the GHOOK.