Boat Elevators—Perfect for Properties Where Cradle Lifts Can’t Be Built in Cape Coral, FL

A cradle boat lift holding a boat with a yellowing hull.Traditionally, boat lifts are built off a dock and suspended between two rows of pilings. This type of construction is called a cradle boat lift; however, it isn’t possible to build on all properties in Cape Coral, Florida. For example, your property might be located in a narrow canal, or the substrate may not be able to support pilings. In these cases, watercraft owners can still enjoy the protection that a boat lift provides with a boat elevator from DECO Boat Lifts.

Benefits of a Boat Elevator

A boat elevator provides the same level of protection and ease of use as a cradle boat lift. However, it can be attached on just one side, making it perfect for areas that can’t support multiple rows of pilings. Some of the benefits of our boat elevators include that they:

  • Are available in seawall, piling, and dock-mount configurations
  • Feature a marine-grade aluminum, box-beam construction to achieve incredible durability
  • Have advanced components, such as stainless-steel parts and motors to ensure years of hassle-free performance

Boat Elevator Drive Options

When you partner with DECO Boat Lifts, you can choose the boat elevator that best suits your needs and budget. For an entry-level lift system, choose our Maxi Lift, which has a heavy-duty aluminum flat plate drive to deliver incredible power. Or you can opt for our Concept CRS Lift—the industry’s most advanced—with a direct drive system and our patented Cable Retention System (CRS) that prevents cable overlapping.

Contact DECO Boat Lifts to see if one of our boat elevators is right for your waterfront property in Cape Coral, FL.