Double Braid Dock Lines – Compass Dock Lines

For the Marine Industry

Double Braid Dock Lines – Compass Dock Lines

Compass Dock Lines are made with double braid nylon rope. Compass rope provides great handling, shock absorption and abrasion resistance. Colored dock lines are made with solution died nylon meaning the ropes will not bleed once they get wet. 3/8”, 1/2” and 5/8” Compass Dock Lines come standard with a 12” eye, while a 3/4” Dock Line comes standard with an 18” eye.

Applications: Dock Line

Industries served: Marine

Uses: Wet environments

Colors: White, Blue, Gold & White, Black and Hunter Green

Double Braid Dock Line – Compass Dock Lines Specifications

Product Number

WhiteBlueGold&WhiteBlackHunter Green
30-200YY *30-211YY *30-205YY4 *30-244YY4 *30-277YY4 *
30-600YY *30-611YY1 *30-605YY4 *30-644YY4 *30-677YY4 *
30-000YY *30-011YY *30-005YY *30-044YY *30-077YY *
30-400YY *30-411YY *30-405YY *30-444YY *30-477YY *

* YY = Desired Length
The lengths that are available are shown in the Standard Lengths section to the right. (Replace the YY with the numbers of the desired length)

Standard Sizes


Standard Lengths

15' – 20′ – 25′
15' – 20′ – 25′ – 30′ – 35'
20′ – 25′ – 30′ – 35' – 40' – 50'
25′ – 30′ – 35' – 40' – 50'

Custom Lengths Are Available

Suggested Size Chart By Boat Length

Boat Length
up to 25' Boat Length
25' to 35' Boat Length
35' to 45' Boat Length
40' to 60' Boat Length

Rope Safety Considerations

New Rope Tensile Strengths: New rope tensile strengths are based on tests in accordance with ASTM Test Method D-4268 on new and unused rope in laboratory condition.

Working Loads: Working loads are for rope in good condition with approximate splices, in non-critical applications, under normal service conditions. Working loads should be exceeded only with expert knowledge of conditions and professional estimates of risk. Working loads should be reduced where life, limb, or valuable property is involved, or for exceptional service conditions such as shock loads, sustained loads, etc.

The Cordage Institute specifies that the Safe Working Load of rope shall be determined by dividing the Minimum Tensile Strength by the Safety Factor. Safety factors range from 5 to 12 for non-critical uses.

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