Hang the spreader beam so low that the boat can enter the loops with its bow. Hook loops into the, hooks required for the size of the boat. Remove seaward fenders before retraction. Unhook the belt aft. Lower to below the keel (if necessary). Extend with leash)
Move the boat under the spreader bar 2
Reattach the rear strap.
Place aft belt in front of or behind propeller shaft (attack belt on water surface because more feeling for position 3
Use a rope to connect the two straps at the waterline so that the front strap does not slip towards the bow 4
Pull traverse to the center of the ship5Unhook railing pull-throughs. No one stays on board for craning In wind, hold boat in position until boat can turn freely 6
Do not stay under suspended loads. Attach the boat to the trailer and immediately clear the crane space
Due to the limited parking space in the crane area, these instructions should be followed.
A. The contractor is liable for the correctness of the crane system and the slinging equipment provided by him as well as the operation of the crane system. B. Boat owners or their representatives are responsible for the correct attachment of the boats. C. The crane operator assumes no liability for the proper attachment of the boats. D. The same applies to laying or placing the sail mast. E. The spreader bar and the load to be lifted must always be hanging horizontally. F. There must be no water in the boat. Tanks must be either completely full or completely empty. This also applies to ballast tanks. G. The center of gravity of the load must always be in the middle. H. The spreading angle of the lifting straps must always be outwards. I. Adjust the lifting straps to the appropriate length of the boat on each hook of the spreader bar. J. For angled bow and stern shapes, such as z. B. With the Folke boat, with motorboats, electric boats and with boats without keel the lifting belts must, in order to prevent a slipping off of the belts, at the board edge of the boat additionally firmly lashed and/or. Be connected. K. For the durability of your own lifting gear, such as wire drops, etc. The boat owner is responsible. L. You can't crane above 6 wind force for safety reasons. M. A long tether is no longer necessary. Attach only short lines to the bow or stern so that the boat can be guided at the dock or when it is placed on the trailer. N. In order to ensure a smooth operation, the boats on the dock as well as the trailers on the crane must be moved away immediately. O. When craning out, the boats are lifted out in the order they come in to the dock, if the trailer is ready.
Instructions for smooth craning in and out of the boat
Please check the insurance coverage for your boat. Transportation insurance is recommended, as the boat owner is responsible for properly landing the boat for craning.
You're launching your boat:
Prepare your boat before accessing the crane so that hitching the boat can be made possible immediately. Vehicles and trailers must be moved away immediately after craning. After placing the boat, the loading dock must be cleared immediately. You must make an appointment with the operator to set the mast. Boats should only be used with the mast down. Approach the loading dock with the mast firmly lashed down. The trailer is in waiting position in the stowage area. Is to go under the crane during the lifting process. After setting down, the boat must be lashed and moved 40 to 50 m out of the crane's slewing range, so that the following trailers can be maneuvered better.