Capacities ranging from 5,000-9,000 lbs.
Shallow bodies of water, coves, and rivers can limit the type of boat lift you can get. Boats with tall wake towers may also be limited by low dock and marina roofs. The low-profile tank design of the UltraLift Shallow Water boat lift helps boaters get protection for their boat, without sacrificing quality.
The Shallow Water Boat Lift incorporates a longer tank with a lower profile, allowing operation in water depth of at least three feet. Designed alongside the UltraLift, the Shallow Water boat lift model has been engineered to keep all steel components out of the water, minimizing corrosion and maximizing the life of your lift.
The tank width is the biggest different between the shallow water boat lift and the traditional boat lift.
Shallow water boat lifts can be used in both shallow and normal fluctuating water depths. Some boats with tall wake/surf towers in marinas need the low profile tank design to allow their boats to be hoisted without hitting the roof of the dock or marina.
|Model||Capacity(lbs)||Min. Water Depth(ft)||Min. Slip Width(ft.)||Max. Slip Width(ft.)||Tank Options|
|5000||5,000||22″ + draft min. water depth||9′-9″ (9′-4″ with low profile dock brackets)||14||2 tank options|
|6000||6,000||22″ + draft min. water depth||9′-9″ (9′-4″ with low profile dock brackets)||14||2 tank options|
|7500||7,500||22″ + draft min. water depth||11′ (10′-7″ with low profile dock brackets)||14||2 + 1 aux. tank options|
|9000||9,000||22″ + draft min. water depth||13′-6″ (13′-1″ with low profile dock brackets)||14||3 tank options|
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