Golden Boat Lifts

February 2020 News

Many waterfront sites don't have piles out in the water due to rules, lack of space in a narrow channel or simple aesthetics. For owners with these locations, an Elevator Lift® from Golden Boat Lifts is the ideal solution. It installs on concrete piers, seawalls, embankments, and shoreline wood and steel dock piles. Inboard and outboard-powered boats up to 60,000 lbs. stay cleaner when stored out of the water, and are faster and more fuel-efficient.

Golden Elevator Lifts are built using 6061 T-6 welded aluminum and stainless steel hardware with sacrificial zinc anodes to conquer harsh marine conditions, whether that involves salt, ice or both. Rugged box construction is used for mating the drive connection and track beam. Larger-than-average winders are solid aluminum with deep grooves for faster lift speed and cable longevity. 12 heavy-duty Nylatron wheels with stainless equalizer brackets ensure smooth operation on models configured for 10,000 lbs. and greater.

The power behind the Elevator Lift is the renowned high-torque Golden Sea-Drive. Massively built, it leads the industry in performance and dependability. It's so reliable, in over 20,000 units manufactured, not one has ever failed. That's an important consideration, whether the boat is 3,000 or 60,000 lbs.

Unlike some one-size-fits-all boat lifts, the Golden Elevator Lift is made for a specific vessel. Carpeted wood or optional aluminum bunks fit a wide range of hull shapes, including deep-V and stepped. Heavy-duty guide post bumpers make docking simple and fool-proof.

The Golden Elevator Lift is also engineered for the specific installation. It accommodates vertical needs based on water depth and tidal fluctuation, and inward angle for getting out past obstructions. It has a five-year warranty on structural parts and 10 years on the Golden Sea-Drive.

Contact Golden Boat Lifts, 17611 East St, North Fort Myers, FL 33917. 888-909-5438 or 239-337-4141. sales@goldenboatlifts.comwww.goldenboatlifts.com.

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