Secure Marine

At Plastic Mouldings, we are very proud of all our work, especially when it is something that is used every day in an industry that requires high quality mouldings. That’s why we recommend Secure Marine for all your fender and buoy needs. 

Secure Marine use our own Plastic Mouldings CNC machine moulded plastic which is made from one sheet of PVC, giving it a superior quality to others on the market. Secure Marine fenders are also UV resistant with a high shoulder design which ensures that these fenders are the among the strongest fenders money can buy. Secure Marine fenders are available either individually or in sets of up to 8. You can also purchase vendor keyrings, which could be the perfect stocking filler for that boating enthusiast.
It’s not just Secure Marine fenders that are made to withstand the worst conditions the sea can throw at you, they also have a variety of buoys which are made from strong stuff too. Plus, all their products come in a range of colours, allowing you to customise your fenders and buoys according to your boat.
Not only do Secure Marine provide fantastic quality fenders and buoys for rock bottom prices, they are also giving away 1m of rope with every set of fenders purchased.
Check out their website for this great offer or check out the other special offers.


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