Pontoon boats and tritoon boats are some of the most popular boats we see on the water today. Take your user experience a step further with a boat hoist by HydroHoist Boat Lifts. Be out on the water within minutes of pushing “Lower” on your HydroHoist push-button boat lift control. Storing your pontoon boat is simple and stress-free. Trust your investment is protected by the best pontoon boat lift in the industry, HydroHoist.

Our most popular model boat lift, the UltraLift Series, is built with polyethylene tanks that are highly resistant to impact and low-water damage. Flexing when stressed, the tanks return undamaged to their original shape! All the steel parts are above water -a revolutionary enhancement for the industry- to defy rust, corrosion, and the elements. This protects your boat from years of convenient and carefree storage. We have models available to hoist boats ranging from 5,000-32,000 lbs. 



Wakeboard Boats, Surf Boats, and Tow Boats are the hottest trends in boating. You expect your boat to perform its best every time you set out on your wakeboarding adventures. If your boat is stored on a boat lift, instead of in the water, your boat will have better performance with a clean hull and prop(s) that will cut through the water.

HydroHoist offers the UltraLift Series and HarborHoist models for Wake/Surf Boat styles. Our lifts feature polyethylene tanks that are highly resistant to impact and low-water damage. Flexing when stressed, the tanks return undamaged to their original shape! We have models available to hoist boats ranging from 5,000-32,000 lbs.

Center Console HarborHoist Boat Lifts

In the past, center console boats were typically found on the coasts, in saltwater bodies of water.  In the last few years, these boats have become popular on many lakes across the United States.  The HarborHoist Boat Lift is a free-floating boat lift designed for saltwater conditions.  The HarborHoist series of boat lifts is the primary boat lift protecting center consoles in coastal and freshwater applications.



  • Less maintenance
  • Stops marine growth from accumulating on outdrives
  • Hull can easily be sprayed off and wiped down when on the lift, keeping it cleaner
  • Keeps your boat looking new for years to come
  • Protect your investment
  • Prevents boat from hitting dock during the heavy wake or inclement weather
  • Controls water osmosis in the hull of boat
  • Protects boat and outdrives from electrolysis
  • Maintains the higher resale value
  • Immediate access to the water
  • Far superior to trailering or dry stack storage



Why Buy A Boat Lift?
Protection. Your boat is securely dry-docked, its hull and out-drive safely protected from wind, wake damage, algae, and marine growth, all of which compromise your boat’s performance, value, and appearance.
Security. Leave your boat for an hour or a year with confidence that it will remain securely dry-docked. Number one in dependability since 1964, each HydroHoist® is engineered to exacting standards and the highest quality levels to ensure performance and reliability. Finally, rest easy knowing that your investment will remain exactly as you left it, and it will be ready to launch whenever you need.
Convenience. With the simple flip of a switch, you can launch or dry-dock your boat in as little as three minutes. No more trailering, boat ramps, or hull cleaning. It’s just that easy. You’ll love how much time you spend on the water, enjoying your boat, instead of worrying about maintenance and storage.

Which Boat Lift Is Right For My Boat?
HydroHoist has boat lift models to fit nearly every make and model of boats on the water today. To help you find the right boat lift for your boat, you will need to know the following: the body of water you will store your boat on, boat year/brand/model, boat type (V-Hull, Pontoon, Sailboat, etc.), boat length, boat width, engine style, dock type, slip width, floating or fixed dock, and dock style (U-Shaped, Finger Pier, etc).

What Accessories Are Available For A Boat Lift?
There are many boat lift accessories available through HydroHoist for your new boat lift as well as your dock. To make your boating experience safer and more enjoyable rest easy knowing the keel of your boat/PWC rests softly on a Bow Guide. Centering Guides are available to help to load your boat on the lift easier. Corner Bumpers and HydroFenders are attached to your dock to protect your dock and boat in case of accidental rub between boat and dock upon entry or exit from the dock. The HydroLocker 78″ can sit on your dock or be installed with an off-dock mounting bracket to safely secure your life jackets, wakeboards, and fishing rods.
What size boat lift do I need for my wake boat?

Great question! We are seeing Wake/Surf boats get heavier each year as the demand for bigger wake output is desired. Most wake/surf boats are being hoisted by 8,800 to 12,000-pound lifts.


Will my props hit on a back-in-style boat lift?

If you choose a back-in style boat lift, longer arms are installed on the lift so it goes deeper into the water and your boat can back-in over the lift without hitting the props.


What size of boat lift do I need for my Pontoon/Tritoon Boat?

The boat lift size needed for your pontoon/tritoon boat will depend on the weight, length, and width of your boat. Also, the way you prefer to dock your boat will play a role in which boat lift is right for your pontoon/tritoon hoist storage.


How is a Pontoon/Tritoon boat lift different from a V-Hull boat lift?

HydroHoist has pontoon/tritoon kits to make the lift customized for your pontoon/tritoon boat. More hull pads are added to the lift to support the pontoons.



Below is a list of the most common boat lift questions. If you don’t find what you are searching for, or require more detail, please let us know.




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