Floating Docks

Whatever brings you to the water’s edge – leisure, hobby or utility, you can count on UMT’s dock systems that are perfectly suited for the terrain and water characteristics of your waterfront property. UMT brings a diverse range of turnkey and custom floating pontoons and breakwaters from leading companies in the world.

 

  • Aluminum pontoons from PORALU Marine, France.

    Poralu pontoons are built to last with marine quality aluminium and their proprietary treatment help them withstand salt and bad weather conditions. These recyclable pontoons never rust, and get stronger with cold. The elasticity of aluminium enables these pontoons to absorb the movements of the waves and boats.

  • Polyethylene pontoons from EZ Dock, USA.

    EZ Dock polyethylene pontoons are highly versatile in nature and they provide outstanding modularity, buoyancy, functionality and safety. EZ Dock pontoons can be configured to suit clients’ unique needs and their revolutionary couplers allow easy manoeuvrability.

  • Concrete floating pontoons SF Marina, Sweden.

    SF Marina’s floating concrete pontoons are known for their hallmark qualities such as strength, ruggedness, durability and environment friendly construction. They are available in various widths and offer proven performance in the world’s aggressive marine environment.

  • Breakwaters from SF Marina, Sweden.

    SF Marina Breakwater Systems made exactly to clients’ specifications to provide reliable protection to jetties and harbours. These highly reinforced concrete structures have superior quality coupling and anchoring parts including heavy and anti-corrosive steel plates, stainless steel cut-outs, heavy rubber cylinders and concrete anchors.

    In addition, UMT offers accessories such as cleats, bollards, corner caps, deck bolts, hinges and latches, pontoon ladders and a host of mooring, docking and deck hardware from top brands. All these products bear UMT’s hallmark quality, workmanship, and design; and add to the utility characteristics of your dock.