Boats stored on a lift are faster, more efficient and require less maintenance than those kept in the water. They also can’t sink. But with all these benefits, many owners can’t envision how a lift could be added to their property. Whether it’s a seawall, pier or empty stretch of beach, industry leader Golden Boat Lifts accepts all challenges. Its Four-Post and Elevator Lifts support up to 60,000 lbs., and can be installed in ways the owner could hardly imagine, adding vessel and home value.

Each Golden Boat Lift is manufactured in the USA for the specific vessel and site. They’re engineered to provide the maximum hull support while maintaining ease of use, whether it’s an outboard-powered center console, inboard cruiser or large sailing catamaran. Using only fully welded 6061 T6 marine grade aluminum and 300-series stainless steel, they’re made to last.

Golden’s Four-Post Boat Lift installs on piles, making it ideal for docks applications. For seawall owners, the Elevator Lift mounts onto the concrete or wood and is perfect for narrow channels or where piles are prohibited.

Both are incredibly easy to use. It’s simply a matter of lowering the boat into the water, climbing in and departing. Upon returning, the guide posts direct the operator so that the vessel lines up perfectly on the

custom carpeted wood or optional aluminum bunks. With the flip of a switch, the boat is raised effortlessly from the water.

The patented Golden Sea-Drives® do the heavy work. These gear drives deliver 8,000 in-lbs of torque. With a valuable investment at stake, it’s good to know that in over 20,000 manufactured, not one has ever failed. And when it’s 60,000 lbs., it’s reassuring, too.

Golden Boat Lifts manufactures its Four-Post and Elevator Boat Lifts to ISO 9001:2015 standards. They’re CE approved, and come with a 15-year warranty on all structural parts and 10 years on the Golden Sea-Drive.

Contact Golden Boat Lifts, 17611 East St, North Fort Myers, FL 33917. 888-909-5438 or 239-337-4141. sales@goldenboatlifts.comwww.goldenboatlifts.com.

 

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