Launching a boat on a floating brick docking system can be a little more complicated than on a traditional fixed dock, but it is still relatively straightforward. Here are the steps to follow:
Make sure that the brick docking system is securely anchored in place and is stable enough to support the weight of your boat. Check for any signs of damage or deterioration that could affect its ability to hold your boat.
Prepare your boat for launch by removing any covers, disconnecting the trailer, and securing all loose items on board.
Position your boat at the end of the brick docking system that is closest to the water. Make sure that the boat is centered and aligned with the dock.
Slowly lower your boat into the water using a boat ramp or a crane. Make sure that the boat is level and stable before releasing it from the ramp or crane.
Once your boat is in the water, secure it to the brick docking system using ropes or lines. Make sure that the boat is positioned correctly and is not at risk of drifting away from the dock.
Adjust the position of the brick docking system if necessary to ensure that your boat is safely and securely moored.
Once your boat is fully secured, disconnect any remaining lines or ropes and begin your boating adventure!
It's important to note that launching a boat on a floating brick docking system can be affected by weather conditions such as wind and waves. Always exercise caution and use common sense when launching and docking your boat.
In the following video, we watch Brendon Grieve from Motoryachts Unlimited as he shows how to dock on Float Bricks. After forging a career spanning three decades working in the luxury end of recreational boating, Brendon decided to put his experience into his own business hence, Motoryachts Unlimited was established. As a well respected member of the marine industry, during this time Brendon was able to grow a vast network of business partners both locally and internationally.