Bollards, Cleats & Fairleads

Stainless Steel Rope Cleats | Halyard Boat Cleats | Bollard Cleats

A cleat is a tie-down point or securing device mounted to the deck of a sailboat. Cleats secure lines for rigging and docking

Ideal for outdoor use, they are rust resistant, durable and finished to a high quality with a stunning mirror polished finish

Available in different patterns, they will provide a secure fixing point for a range of marine applications and are built to last

Our cleats do not come with fixings due to the individuality of each installation, stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers can be purchased from our fixings category here

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Which Rope Cleat is right for my boat?

If you have a boat, you're going to need to tie it up and it is very important to have a cleat to hand. We stock several boat cleats to provide convenient locations to secure lines quickly and easily on any vessel. There are many different types and arrangements of boat cleats available from stock to customize your mooring set up


Installing rope cleats at regular locations along the port and starboard of your boat will ensure there is always a location to add an extra line, the more cleats you can reasonably install, the better!


The number of cleats you install on the dock depends on how big the boat is. Try to match them up with the location of the boat cleats for a customized fit. As a general rule, seven to 10 feet apart is a typical distance


What size cleat? The size of the cleat you install should depend on the size of the line you use, the size of the line you use depends on the size of your boat, the general rule is


-Cleat length should be 1” length for every 1/16” of line diameter

-Dock lines should be 1/8” diameter for every 9 feet of boat length


Above calculations are a minimum size, and, as with most things in boating and mooring – bigger is better



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