Boat Lifts anyone? With so many different options available, it is not an easy task to choose the lift that best suits your needs. For Instance, regular piling and cable boat lifts are slow. They require a good amount of maintenance, spools and cables jam or break, etc. If you decided to buy another house, you have to buy another lift. They are not portable, you can’t take that piling lift with you. Most times they come with bunks that are not adjustable or adjust very little. As a result, this could lead to a big problem if you decide to buy a bigger boat. They also require permitting, electrical, pilings and in a lot of areas they are not even allowed. That is why we specialize in Hydraulic Boat Lifts. They are divided in two categories: Floating and stationary that sits on the ocean’s bottom.
Powerful hydraulics pull the foam-filled polyethylene floats under the boat in as little as 30 seconds with the simple press of a remote control. In the raised position, the virtually unsinkable floats are automatically secured with patented GravityLock™. The floats also make it easy to access your hull and prop for cleaning and maintenance.
Simply tie the FloatLift™ to most places you can tie your boat: slips, side-ties or even a mooring buoy. The DC system can be charged using either the solar or AC powered options. The standard rear guides and remote control make docking incredibly easy.
The FloatLift™ is designed for fresh or salt water, with an aluminum frame, stainless steel hardware, marine grade hydraulic cylinders with stainless shafts, and marine grade hoses. The rubber-capped SuperBunks™ are not only durable, but provide the ultimate in cushioned support for your hull.
Maximal Features, Minimal Design
- Level / Launch Lift In Seconds, Durable, Foam-filled Polyethylene Pontoons
- Free-floating, Portable Design, Ties With Dock Lines, Solar Or AC Power Options
- Remote Control Operated, Water Proof Remote Control Box, Low profile Design Allows Access To Hull And Prop
- Capacities Up To 36k Lbs, Min. Water Depth 12″ Under Hull
Also, to take a look at our floating Boat Ports, please click HERE