• Lines - Phone/Distance, Bridge-to-Bridge

    The bridge-to-bridge phone/distance line consists of 350 feet of 1-1/2" circumference 3 strand polypropylene line with a wire woven in each strand. A waterproof sound powered telephone jack box is connected to each end of the line. Sixteen markers are secured to the line at 20 foot intervals, each is marked with 5" high numerals to show the distance from the zero end of the line. A 200 foot lead line messenger is attached to the outboard end assembly.

    The bridge-to-bridge phone/distance line provides sound powered telephone circuit between the ship's bridges and a visual indicator of ships separation during conrep.

    Assembly does not include lead line messenger.

  • Lines - Phone, Station-to-Station

    The station-to-station phone line consists of 450 feet of 1-1/2" circumference 3 strand polypropylene line with wire woven in each strand. A waterproof sound powered telephone jackbox is connected to the end of a 6 foot tail line located at each end of the assembly. A 200 foot lead line messenger is attached to the outboard end of the assembly.

    The station-to-station phone line provides a sound powered telephone circuit between delivery stations and receiving stations.

    Assembly does not include lead line messenger.

  • Lines - Position Buoy (Astern Fueling)

    The position buoy line is an 800 foot wire rope assembly with button stops attached in 100 foot intervals. A position buoy is attached to the outboard end of the assembly. It is used to maintain separation between the ships during the astern fueling process.