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Here we offer a wide selection of Free Standing boat lifts of vertical, cantilever, and ramp assembly designs.  Most hoist models do not need to be attached to any type of structure, but will need a solid or semi solid lake bottom for support.  Water depths of the location can also determine whether a freestanding lift will work in a given area, so knowing the water depth is also important.  Here we offer free standing units that are available in manual, electric or hydraulic operation. Freestanding boat hoists come in various weight lifting capacities and inside width openings. When selecting a lift, you will want to identify the "wet weight" and the "beam" measurement of your watercraft. You will typically want to select a lift model that offers a higher lifting capacity of your watercraft and one that provides a inside opening that is greater than your boat's beam measurement. 

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Free Standing Lifts

<p>Here we offer a wide selection of&nbsp;<strong>Free Standing</strong> boat lifts of vertical, cantilever, and ramp assembly designs.&nbsp; Most hoist models do not need to be attached to any type of structure, but will need a solid or semi solid lake bottom for support.&nbsp; Water depths of the location can also determine whether a freestanding lift will work in a given area, so knowing the water depth is also important.&nbsp; Here we offer free standing units that are&nbsp;available in manual, electric or hydraulic operation. Freestanding boat hoists&nbsp;come in various weight lifting capacities and inside width openings. When selecting a lift, you will want to identify the &quot;wet weight&quot; and the &quot;beam&quot; measurement of your watercraft. You will typically want to select a lift model that offers a higher lifting capacity of your watercraft and one that provides a inside opening that is&nbsp;greater than your boat&#39;s beam measurement.&nbsp;</p>

1657 12th Street - Martin, MI 49070

Phone: 866-942-6349

Fax: 866-942-6349

E-Mail: info@boatliftanddock.com

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