Chains to tame the tide

The new pontoon is in an exposed location

Ensuring a safe and productive solution to providing electrical, water, and fuel connections to a jetty is challenging at the best of times. But when that jetty is floating in the harbour at Barrow-in-Furness, UK with rough seas and an 11 metre tide, the problems are compounded. That was the ...

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