What is an elevator boat lift?

What is an elevator boat lift?

Elevator boat lifts are typically used where in-water, outboard pilings are not permitted or can’t be installed due to deep water or hard bottom conditions. If you’re located on a narrow canal, an elevator lift will not extend as far out into the water like a cradle lift. An elevator lift consists of two aluminum tracks that are driven into the sea floor on an angle and affixed to a dock or seawall. Two horizontal aluminum cars are attached to the tracks and support the weight of the craft. The craft sits on two bunks that are installed perpendicular to the cars and configured to conform to the boat’s hull.

Aluminum elevator lifts must have zinc anodes installed to help dissipate electrolysis and reduce corrosion thereby extending the useful life of the lift.

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