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We are proud to have joined forces with Marlborough Commercial Diving Services. If we need to salvage your mooring, Nathan & Ben will take care of it.
These guys are experts in their field and are well-equipped for all areas of subsurface work.
We look forward to working with them both on and under the water!
Terms & Conditions - Moorings
Mooring Servicing and Mooring Products / Consumables.
Approval of consent to service mooring
Johnsons Barge Service Limited on written (preferred) or verbal acceptance of servicing will schedule the mooring servicing at our next nearest available possibility.
We operate a reminder service which we email reminders to you. We will not service your mooring without consent of the mooring owner.
Title to product ownership
Title to all mooring Products: Ownership of the mooring products does not pass to the customer until the customer has paid Johnson’s Barge Service Ltd in full. This includes but is not limited to…
Time and cost associated with Mooring Servicing / Install
Warranty & Liability
Mooring works undertaken have a limited warranty only to the date of inspection by Johnson’s Barge Service Ltd or any contractors employed by Johnsons Barge Service limited.
Liability: Except for those required or implied by legislation, Johnsons Barge Service Limited or its contractors give no express warranty in relation to products and services supplied to the customer and the customer acknowledges that it has not relied on any representation or warranty made by Johnson’s Barge Service Ltd or its Contractors.
Mooring Inspection Certificates.
All mooring certificates on completed mooring services, will be sent directly to The Marlborough District Council. A copy of your mooring certificate is available from us on request, as a result you may receive a monitoring notice/invoice from The Marlborough District Council. Any queries regarding these notices / invoices should be directed to the Marlborough District Council.
Continued Responsibility between servicing.
Until the next biennial service it is your responsibility to keep a close check on the condition of the mooring rope and float and to keep it as clean as possible to prevent the weight of growth from sinking the float.
Ropes can wear very quickly at friction points, i.e: fairleads, bollards, cleats, anchor rests etc.
It is also important to ensure that your vessels electrical system is in good working order to prevent electrolysis from affecting the metal components of your mooring.