Reduces turnaround time for vessels to berth and depart, increasing port throughput
Dampens vessel motions by reducing peak mooring loads due to surge and sway movements. Port operations can continue safely in a greater range of environmental conditions
Decreased reliance on tug boats for berthing and de-berthing reduces waiting and scheduling delays
Decreases port emissions thanks to the reduced time taken to moor the vessel, as ship engine idling is diminished and tug vessel time at berth reduced
Minimizes infrastructure upgrades while increasing berth capacity, by eliminating the need for wharf extensions or mooring dolphin investments for port terminal upgrades
Reduces the effects of passing ships in narrow waterways and the long period wave motions experienced in some ports and harbors, by damping motions of the affected vessel
Removes the need for breakwater infrastructure lowering port and terminal investment requirements
Reduces peak loads resulting in reduced civil requirements
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