A pier is a raised structure over water. Commonly used fasteners include timber bolts, hex bolts, and carriage bolts.
Marinas consist of docks for small boats and yachts. Fasteners commonly used include float rods, hex bolts, and timber bolts.
Concrete floats are one type of floating dock for marinas. Fasteners commonly used include float rods and hex bolts.
Wood floats are one type of floating dock for marinas. Commonly used fasteners include timber bolts, hex bolts, carriage bolts, float rods, and shear plates.
Bollards are posts used as moorings for ships. Fasteners commonly used to anchor the bollards include anchor rods and hex bolts.
A rubber fendering system is a form of protection from boats and ships colliding with docks. Often seen in large ports, commonly used fasteners include hex bolts with a coupling nut or sleeve welded on.
Wooden fendering systems protect structures from collisions with ships and boats. Commonly used fasteners include timber bolts, hex bolts, and carriage bolts.
Piling U-Bolts fit around pilings used in marine construction, and are often longer and wider than u-bolts that are readily available in the marketplace.
Cleats are found in marinas and are used to tie boats to a dock. The fastener most commonly used with cleats is a hex bolt, which is used to anchor the cleat to the dock.