ShoreStation Boat Lifts

When founder Byron Godbersen designed the first ShoreStation back in 1959, he engineered it to work smarter than other lifts, but he also did one other thing – he over-built it. Heavier materials, stronger winches, better cables.

Byron believed that weekends at the lake should be spent relaxing with the family, not fixing broken equipment. Dependability was key way back then and it still is today.

Feature Comparison

There are important differences in Boat Lifts that add up to greater value. Check out the comparison below:

 
Friction Wheel
After-market Direct Drive
ShoreStation® Direct Drive
ShoreStation® FlexPowerTM Hydraulic
Wireless Operation
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Integrated Design
No
No
Yes
Yes
Fully enclosed protective cover
No
No
Yes
Yes
24 volt DC Option
No
Yes
Yes
No
Upper Limit Safety Sensor
No
Optional
Standard
Standard
Back-Wind Safety Sensor
No
No
Standard
Not Required
Low Voltage Motor Speed Adjustment
No
No
Yes
Not Required
Adjustable Upper Limit
No
No
Standard
Standard
Emergency manual operation
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Auto-Up Feature
No
No
No
Yes
Remote switch for optional lights
No
Yes
Yes
Yes

ShoreStation Boat Lift Models

Choose from the following options: (many models available)

  • Manual
  • Direct Drive
  • Hydraulic

For more information on ShoreStation Boat Lifts
contact Wade Stephan - Beachside Enterprises - Dock & Lift Sales

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