Shallow Water Boat Lifts
Docking in shallow waters presents unique challenges for boat lifts and pwc lifts. How can I dry dock my boat when my waters are barely within the minimum operating depth of my watercraft? JetDock boat lifts, pwc lifts and pontoon boat lifts require the least depth of any dry-docking device on the market.
Unlike most mechanical boat lifting devices, or tank-type lifts, the JetDock boat lifts, pwc lifts and pontoon boat lifts do not need water depth through the entire length of the device to operate -- water depth is only required at the stern quadrant of the Dock from where the drive-on takes place. This means that customers can place the bows of these JetDocks into shallow or zero water depth locations, with the sterns floating in the minimal water depth, and still have functional pontoon boat lifts, pwc lifts, or lifts for other watercraft.
The JetDock boat lifts, pwc lifts and pontoon boat lifts can also lay on the ground during a no-water condition,* and float back up to a fully operational state once the water returns. For regular floating docks and walkways, your JetDock can lay aground indefinitely and still perform as a pathway to get you out to deeper waters. For boat lifts, pwc lifts or pontoon boat lifts in shallow waters -- you need a JetDock!
* Some boat docks require a certain minimum depth at all times. Contact JetDock for details.
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