Docking Solutions

Which type of dock do I need ?

When choosing between a dock on posts or floating docks, you must know the depth of the water where you plan on installing the dock.

If you have less than 6′ of water depth, we recommend going with a dock on posts.

 If you have more than 6′ of water depth, or if you water levels changes fast and without warning, we recommend a floating dock.dock on posts, cedar decking


Dock on posts / Cedar/Aluminum/Plastic Flow thru decking

Features

  • Aluminum (alloy 6005/6061) welded frame
  • TIG welded
  • Aluminum hardware (connector, foot pad, side bracket…)
  • Aluminum axle (no grease or bearings)
  • Plastic wheels (over 700 lbs capacity per wheel)
  • Galvanized steel posts 1-11/16″ diameter
  • Protective post cap
  • Stainless steel nuts and bolts (304)

Benefits

  • Designed and engineered for safety and stability
  • Easy to install and remove from the water
  • Lightweight
  • Maintenance free, durable
  • Non visible stainless steel screws
  • Removable decking
  • Non skid aluminum decking, stays cool in summer
  • Rustproof and corrosion resistant
  • Track for cleats and rubrail (no need to drill holes)
  • No need to endure cold water, just roll it in (wheel option)
  • Wheel size (24″ diameter x 8″ width)
  • Unlimited dock configurations
  • Expandable, simply add sections as needed
  • Choice of two (3) different types of decking
    1. Red cedar
    2. Aluminum
  • 3. Thruflow plastic
  • One (1) section of dock on posts includes:
    1 aluminum frame
    2 - 5 removable panels (depending of size)
    2 foot pads
    2 - 5 galvanized steel posts 6' (depending of size)
    2 - 5 protective post caps (depending of size)
    2 connectors (triangle, patio or side bracket)
    4  6 bolts 1/2 x 3/4"
    6 bolts 1/2 x 1"

  • Wheel Kits Available
  • One (1) axle kit includes:
    1 aluminium axle frame
    2 plastic wheels

    Available Sizes

    SizeWeight frame only (lbs)Capacity (Sq. Ft.)Code
    28'' x 10'47 142QPC-2810
    28'' x 15'7050QPC-2815
    28'' x 20'12260QPC-2820
    4' x 10'5574QPC-410
    4' x 15'9450QPC-415
    4' x 20'13149QPC-420
    5' x 10'5849QPC-510
    5' x 15'10039QPC-515
    5' x 20'13737QPC-520
    6' x 10'6843QPC-610
    6' x 15'11430QPC-615
    6' x 20'15026QPC-620
    8' x 10'8130QPC-810
    8' x 15'13424QPC-815
    8' x 20'19021,5QPC-820

    Floating dock R2

    Floating dock R2

    Features

    Use: residential and semi-commercial

    • Aluminum frame (6005/6061 alloy)
    • 51/4 tubular dock rail side
    • Tig welded
    • Included in the structure, a tubular center stringer to support deck and cross members to prevent torsion
    • Stainless steel (304) hardware (screws, nuts, bolts)
    • Floats are made of polyethylene filled with expanded polystyrene
    • Encased decking
    • Choice of decking:
      • Red cedar
      • Aluminum (optional)
      • Plastic Thruflow ( optional )
    • Track for cleats, rubrail and accessories (no need to drill holes)
    • Chain retainer with quick adjustment keyhole
    • Standard rubber connection
    • Freeboard of 14" with 12" floats, overall height of 17-1/4"
    • Freeboard of 18? with 16? floats, overall height of 21-1/4"
    • Available sizes
    • 4' x 12' / QFR2-412
    • 4' x 16' / QFR2-416
    • 4' x 20' / QFR2-420
    • 6' x 12' / QFR2-612
    • 6' x 16' / QFR2-616
    • 6' x 20' / QFR2-620
    • 8' x 12' / QFR2-812
    • 8' x 16' / QFR2-816
    • 8' x 20' / QFR2-820
     




    Boat lift Vertical capacity 1800 pounds Boat 14' to 17'

    What is the water height required to install a boat lift ?

    With standard legs you can install your boat lift into 4′ of water. With th extension 6′ legs, you can install the lift in 6′ of water. It is not recommended to install a boat lift in more than 6′ of water as this couls unbalance the weight.

    How to choose the right boat lift model ?

    When choosing a boat lift for your boat, you must consider 2 things.

    You must get the total weight of your boat, including motor, full gas tank and accessories. The capacity of the boat lift must exceed the total weight of your boat.

    You must also get the width of your boat. As our boat lifts dont all have the same width, it is important to make sure the boat will be able to fit into the lift. We recommend 6" on either side of the boat to make getting in & out of the boat lift easier.




    Comparison Table - Boat Lifts

    Modèle Capacity Width Weight Lift Height Description
    Boat lift GM 6120 600 pounds (272 kg) 120" (3048 mm) 180 pounds (82 kg) 36" (914 mm) Catamaran 14' to 20'
    Boat lift GM 984 900 pounds (410 kg) 84'' (2134 mm) 160 pounds (73 kg) 36" (914 mm) Runabout 12' to 16'
    Boat lift GM 1260 1200 pounds (545 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) 165 pounds (75 kg) 36" (914 mm) Personal watercraft
    Boat lift GM 1263-V 1200 pounds (545 kg) 63'' (1600 mm) 180 pounds (82 g) 36" (914 mm) Personal watercraft
    Boat lift GM 18102 1800 pounds (821 kg) 102'' (2591 mm) 289 pounds (131 kg) 48'' (1219 mm) Boat 14' to 17'
    Boat lift GM 26108 2600 pounds (1180 kg) 108'' (2743 mm) 385 pounds (175 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 16' to 18'
    Boat lift GM 35108 3500 pounds (1588 kg) 108'' (2743 mm) 390 pounds (177 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 16' to 19'
    Boat lift GM 35120 3500 pounds (1588 kg) 120" (3048 mm) 400 pounds (182 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 16' to 19'
    Pontoon lift GM 35120-P 3500 pounds (1588 kg) 120" (3048 mm) 450 pounds (204 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Pontoon 16' to 24'
    Boat lift GM 45120 4500 pounds (2045 kg) 120'' (3048 mm) 460 pounds (209 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 18' to 22'
    Pontoon lift GM 45120-P 4500 pounds (2045 kg) 120'' (3048 mm) 495 pounds (225 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Pontoon 16' to 27'
    Boat lift GM-Hyd 45120 4500 pounds (2045 kg) 120'' (3048 mm) 510 pounds (232 kg) 53'' (1346 mm) Boat 18' to 22'
    Boat lift GM 55120 5500 pounds ( 2500 kg) 120'' (3048 mm) 600 pounds (273 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 20' to 25'
    Boat lift GM-Hyd 65120 6500 pounds (2948 kg) 120'' (3048 mm) 650 pounds (295 kg) 53'' (1346 mm) Boat 20' to 26'
    Boat lift GM-Hyd 100132 10,000 pounds (4536 kg) 132'' (3353 mm) 1050 pounds (476 kg) 60'' (1524 mm) Boat 26' to 32'

     










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