Shore Mounts & Bulkheads
This page is intended to give examples of many different types of anchoring systems. When you get to this part of your dock installation everything is very site-specific. You must take into consideration things like water depth, water level changes, wind and wave forces, snow and ice loading, and soil erosion, just to name a few.
Bulkhead is a term commonly used to describe the shore mount.
Typical bulkhead examples below are...
- Wood deck mount
- Wood post mount
- Pipe mount
Typical anchoring systems include using...
- Spud poles
- Winch and cables
- Deadman anchors
- Shore bulkhead
This dock is secured by using two galvanized steel stiff-arms attached to a concrete patio deck.
Your dock-anchoring system can be custom-designed to fit your waterfront. With our extensive waterfront experience, in-house design team, and quality-engineered products, we can help you build waterfront docks to fit your project requirements.