Let’s address the elephant in the room: docking can be a hassle. When confronted with new challenges, we sometimes lack a bit of confidence. The weather might be rougher than we had anticipated, and while entering new harbours and docks our stress levels can increase a little bit. How to best approach the dock? From where are the wind and current coming? Should I dock stern or bow first?
What if you could move around on your boat while docking? What if you could operate all manoeuvring systems for docking using a single wireless remote control? What if docking becomes a stress-free experience?
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With the waters more crowded and the rise of affordable state-of-the-art technology, we believe now is the time to revolutionise the way we dock. At Dockmate®, we feel it is our mission to give captains the confidence they need to go and explore the world by setting the world free from docking stress.
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Dockmate offers a wide range of products for centralized boat control. Remote control systems that facilitate maneuvering and work with different motorization configurations. Piloting your
When using a Dockmate® remote, that was charged to 100%, it takes up to 3 hours of constant use (remote actively communicating with the Receiver) to deplete the battery. This translates to a few very difficult and/or long docking manoeuvres, or lasts at least 15 docking manoeuvres of approximately 10 minutes.
During our test charging a Dockmate® remote from empty to completely full takes up to 3 hours. In practice we’ve observed a typical charging time for a Dockmate® remote of 20 to 40 min. For boaters using our latest Dockmate® Cradle, their Dockmate® remote is virtually always charged up and ready for use.