The Multi Buoy Mooring (MBM) also known as Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) includes multiple buoys fixed to the seabed by means of mooring lines and marine anchors. The three to six buoys are permanently installed in a rectangular pattern that allows safe mooring of a vessel which is positioned between the buoys.
The tanker is moored close to a submarine string laying in idle position on the seabed which is picked up by means of a rope/buoy coupling. They’re used typically in non-deep water where there are no quay facilities available for the loading/offloading crude oil and oil byproducts from oilfields or refineries.

The configuration hereunder indicated is the most common hose string. Bassi Offshore however, depending from each specific case, is able to propose tailor made solutions to fit every customer need.
    • 1st off PLEM/buoy hose
      Submarine one end reinforced
    • MAR 1151 S
      MAR 1191 S
      MAR 1211 S
    • COMM 1151 S
      COMM 1191 S
      COMM 1211 S
    • Mainline hose
    • MAR 1152 S
      MAR 1192 S
      MAR 1212 S
    • COMM 1151 S
      COMM 1192 S
      COMM 1212 S
    • Reducer hose
    • MAR 1153 S
      MAR 1193 S
      MAR 1213 S
    • COMM 1153 S
      COMM 1193 S
      COMM 1213 S
    • Tail hose
    • MAR 1154 S
      MAR 1194 S
      MAR 1214 S
    • COMM 1154 S
      COMM 1194 S
      COMM 1214 S
    • Tanker Rail Barbell hose
    • MAR 1155 S
      MAR 1195 S
      MAR 1215 S
    • COMM 1155 S
      COMM 1195 S
      COMM 1215 S