• Deck Machinery
  • Deck Machinery

Deck Machinery

Deck machinery means necessary mechanical equipment or device for ship docking, loading and unloading cargo, passengers' getting on and off. Ship deck machinery mainly includes.

Anchor Windlass

A windlass is a machine used on ships that is used to let-out and heave-up equipment such as a ship's anchor or a fishing trawl.


Winch is a mounted deck equipment for the in ship which can be used for ship anchoring, mooring, towing and cargo lifting and cable pulling and so on.


A fairlead is a device to guide a line, rope or cable around an object, out of the way or to stop it from moving laterally. Typically, a fairlead will be a ring or hook. The fairlead may be a separate piece of hardware, or it could be a hole in the structure.

Mooring Bollard

Mooring bollard is a vital component of any mooring system. It is the anchor point for mooring lines to be fixed in order to secure the vessel. It is usually a short post on a quay / jetty.

Lift Boat Davit

A davit is any of various crane-like devices used on a ship for supporting, raising, and lowering equipment such as boats and anchors. Davit systems are most often used to lower an emergency lifeboat to the embarkation level to be boarded.

Deck Fittings

Deck fittings are attachments or securing points for lines. They allow for easy line handling and are designed to reduce wear and friction on lines.

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