About Floating Breakwaters

Breakwater type SF400 - for the vulnerable positions. The strongest in its class.

SF300 - 3m wide cost effective Breakwater pontoon with turbulence chamber.

SF300 - 3m wide cost effective Breakwater pontoon with turbulence chamber.

Breakwater type SF400 - for the vulnerable positions. The strongest in its class.

Breakwater type SF400 - for the vulnerable positions. The strongest in its class.

Breakwater type SF500 - comfort, strength and superior strength.

Breakwater type SF500 - comfort, strength and superior strength.

Breakwater type SF500 - comfort, strength and superior strength.

SF Marina floating breakwaters have been tested live and in full scale by a hundred years of storms, hurricanes and typhoons. Since the first floating breakwater was installed almost 40 years ago, SF Marina has installed floating breakwaters in a wide variety of sites often exposed to adverse conditions, in all climate zones and extreme locations. Our floating breakwater range has been severely tested, and from this acquired experience we study, learn and improve our technology.

All concrete pontoons will attenuate waves, but it is very important to distinguish between a floating breakwater and a concrete pontoon. Floating breakwaters and concrete pontoons differ significantly in three vital criteria: strength of reinforcement, robustness of connectors and effective anchoring. This is important, since survival mode design is of paramount importance when building floating breakwaters. It is no coincidence that SF Marina’s rugged floating breakwaters enjoy worldwide recognition.

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