BOAT LIFT ADVANTAGE

A boat lift only accounts for a small percentage of your boating expense, yet greatly reduces maintenance, pays for itself and adds enjoyment to your boating experience.

Launch your craft in seconds with the press of a button, no more cranking or tying fenders!

WHY OWN A BOAT LIFT?

STOP WORRYING ABOUT YOUR BOAT

Eighty-five percent of boats that sink, do so at the dock. Typically, a simple dead battery or a failed bilge pump is all it takes to lose your boat.

MORE BOATING, LESS SCRUBBING

Even with bottom paint, the bottom of your boat needs to be cleaned regularly. A lift keeps your boat bottom clean. Add a canopy, which prevents grime and bird droppings from accumulating on the top of your boat.

GET MORE FUN FROM YOUR BOAT

Boat lifts keeps your boat clean and ready to launch in seconds. You’ll be able to use your boat far more often, with greater enjoyment and less time spent cleaning. Be proud of your good-looking, clean boat.

SAVE MONEY

Dry storing your boat on a boat lift can increase a boats resale value by nearly 15% -20%. A clean bottom enhances performance, saves fuel, increases range and eliminates the recurring cost of bottom painting.

PREVENT HULL AND DRIVE DAMAGE

Wet storage of your boat is the primary cause for hull blisters. Wet storage also damages outdrives, props, shafts. With a boat lift you can significantly reduce costly wear and tear on your boat by storing your boat above the water line.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER

Whether you are picking out a new dock or boat lift many of the factors that you must consider remain the same. We have put together a small list of things to keep in mind when looking to improve your shore-front.

  • Regulatory and environmental considerations and approvals
  • Boat Weight (Include Gas & Gear)
  • Water depth, wave heights, prevailing wind directions
  • Water fluctuation (seasonal or tidal range)
  • Type of bed material, sand, gravels, mud or rock
  • Drive Train Option (Manual, Winch, Hydraulic)
  • Power needs–AC, battery or solar
  • Bunk Requirements (Power, Pontoon, Sail, Seaplane)
  • Canopy selection
  • Waranty