Market Originator | Industry Innovator

Since 1964, HydroHoist® has led the market through its industry award-winning innovation and engineering to provide the latest in boat, personal watercraft, and dock protection.  HydroHoist is the oldest and largest hydro-pneumatic boatlift manufacturer in the world.  HydroHoist boat lifts are engineered for both saltwater and freshwater. HydroHoist also offers the HydroPort Series of PWC drive-up docking platforms, as well as boat and dock protection accessories.

In 2017 HydroHoist received two national industry awards for its latest product innovation – the HP Extreme – a revolutionary personal watercraft docking platform.

HydroHoist employs a team of the most talented and experienced professionals in the marine industry and provides them with the tools to pursue true innovation. HydroHoist’s employees assemble both fixed and freestanding lifts with options for lifting up to 60,000 pounds. All of its products are manufactured at the company’s Oklahoma manufacturing facilities.

HydroHoist’s distributor network spans 600 dealers across the U.S. and overseas. Every model still lives up the original mission of blending the advantages of dry docking and the convenience of in-water storage.

HydroHoist owns five patents relating to boat-lift technology and electric power pedestals, and has International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certifications for its manufacturing processes.

HydroHoist employees proudly serve on numerous state and national marine and manufacturing industry boards and task forces.

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HydroHoist Boat Lifts Dealer Spotlight - Arrowhead Yacht Club & Boat Sales

Dealer Spotlight – Joe Harwood, Arrowhead Yacht Club & Boat Sales

Dealer Spotlight     Joe Harwood, Arrowhead Yacht Club & Boat Sales Grand Lake, Oklahoma Joe got his start in the marine industry when he began working at Bomar’s Marina (a HydroHoist dealer on Grand Lake) as a summer job in 1968, while a student at Kansas State University. He knew Henry Rutter, the founder and inventor […]