Adding a boat to your fleet?

Old 03-15-2019, 03:19 PM
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Default Adding a boat to your fleet?

If you're a waterfront property owner that's interested in adding another boat to your fleet but your dock or boat house is full, here's the answer - HarborHoist. Being the most versatile lift in the HydroHoist family, HarborHoist requires no special attachments or modification to your current dock. Offers super-easy access to your new boat for boarding or routine cleaning. The unique HarborHoist design is inherently low and almost no-maintenance because there are literally NO moving parts other than the well-protected blower. So, adding another lift and slip to your dock doesn't mean adding more maintenance. If you've had your eye on that new pontoon or fishing boat but wondered where you'd keep it, go ahead! We've got just the right place for it.

Nice addition to the collection! The pontoon too!

See how easy it is to board from the dock?
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Old 03-16-2019, 09:29 AM
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What’s the ballpark price for a 23’ CC with a single outboard sitting in 3’ minimum water depth? Assuming the pilings are appropriate for installation already.
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Old 03-16-2019, 10:16 AM
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Default 23' Center Console Quote

Thanks for the question. We will need a few more specifics to provide you with an accurate quote. The capacity of the HarborHoist model needed will depend on the weight of your boat and the normal amount of equipment and fluids you keep on board. Also, the lift that's most likely the appropriate model for your boat will require a minimum of 24" of water depth plus the draft of your boat alone, (e.g. 24" for the lift +18" for the boat = 42" total water depth required). If you would, please email the specifics-model, year, accessories like T-top, etc. for your boat and your location to and one of our boat lift experts will be happy to provide you with a quote or the contact information for a nearby dealer, whichever you prefer. Thanks again for your question and we look forward to hearing from you.
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