Discover Drive On Floating Boat Docks & Lifts For Easy Drive On Docking – Jet Dock

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Whether you need to upgrade your existing boat lift or need to have a new one installed for the first time, Jet Dock’s floating boat lifts are the easiest and safest way to keep your boat out of the water and free of corrosion. Find your perfect dock that fits your needs with our Dock Finder Tool!

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Drive On Floating Boat Docks & Lifts for Easy Drive On Docking

Our drive on boat dock and lift options are the safest, most user-friendly and convenient marine products available on the market today. Our innovative drive on floating boat docks feature an intuitive lift and buoyant design that is maintenance-free, so you can spend less time maintaining your equipment and more time out on the water having fun. Jet Dock also offers specialized jet ski docks and drive on pontoon dock options, as well.

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Experience the Versatility of a Jet Dock Drive On Floating Boat Lift

Our product is not simply a dock. The unparalleled Jet Dock drive on floating boat lift system has numerous features and performs many tasks. It may be more accurate to say that our system is a floating boat lift apparatus with mooring and storage capabilities. In addition to storing your boat, your new drive on floating dock can be used as a fishing and swimming platform, a floating walkway or even an extension to your existing traditional walkway. Jet Dock’s innovative marine designs and drive on docking solutions have been a cut above for years, allowing watercraft owners to spend more time enjoying their craft and being with friends and family out on the water.

We Classify Our Float Dock Boat Lifts in 3 Categories:

  • Static-Engineered Boat Docks
  • Air Assisted-Engineered Boat Lift Systems
  • Multi-Hull Boat Dock and Boat Lift Systems

Whether you have a Jet Ski, kayak, 12-foot dinghy, powerboat or a 50-foot offshore performance boat, our drive on floating boat docks will provide an easy drive-on method, maintenance-free construction and superior boarding and access, all while remaining both modular and portable. Our drive-on floating boat lift is simply the best solution for any docking situation.

Static Floating Boat Lifts

Air-Assisted Floating Boat Lifts

Our air dock unit lifts your watercraft completely out of the water via cleverly engineered air chambers located under the floating boat dock. This allows for easy lifting of heavier watercraft.

Multi Hull Boat Lifts

Our floating drive on pontoon docks easily lifts your pontoon boat completely out of the water. And like our other units, our pontoon boat lift has no moving parts and doesn’t require electricity to operate.

Additional Benefits of a Drive-On Floating Boat Lift

As boats float close together and near pier structures, small electrical currents are produced between the various types of metals. This galvanic process, referred to as electrolysis, can cause pitting to your boat’s underwater metal components, such as the rudder, outdrive and propeller. Jet Dock’s line of floating boat dock products was designed to eliminate this type of corrosive damage!

Corrosion prevention is one of the main benefits of our drive on floating boat lifts and docking systems. Other watercraft are subjected to the corrosiveness of maritime environments, which leads to staining on the hull, plus substantial amounts of algae, moss and muck all degrade the overall performance of the watercraft. But with a Jet Dock floating boat lift system, gone are the days of expensive, time-consuming hauling of your craft in and out of the water for cleaning and repainting! It’s not difficult to spot the difference between boats that are stored on our floating boat lifts and those that sit in the water full-time.

An additional benefit of our drive-on boat lifts is the prevention of impact damage caused by storm waves and wakes. No more rubbing against the dock. Not only will our product protect your boat, but also the mooring structures nearby.

Discover why boaters appreciate our floating boat lift system and what makes our floating boat docks far superior to the competition. Learn more by reading our Boat Lift FAQ page and Knowledge Center resource articles.

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The Most Important Drive On Floating Dock Features To Consider

Each of the floating boat lifts we carry has a standard set of features that you will appreciate. The following are just a few of the many reasons why you need a drive on dock as part of your watercraft storage system solution.

  • Assembled and ready to use
  • Durable high-density polyethylene construction
  • Patented drive-on ramped design
  • Patented modular and changeable configurations
  • Non-skid surface
  • Expandable walk-around space
  • Perimeter tie-off cleats
  • Provisions for security systems
  • Dry, self-bailing, water-draining deck
  • Bow retention winch turret
  • Patent-pending submersible deck technology
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

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