Lift & Dock Accessories
Hi-Tide Boat Lifts of the Northeast is the exclusive distributor in the New York area, North New Jersey and surrounding regions for Hi-Tide engineered and time tested Boat Lifts. Hi-Tide, inventor of the first all aluminum boatlift was founded in 1979. Hi-Tide is the industry leader and innovator producing lifts from 650 to 180,000 pounds. The lift and accessory line is the most extensive and available in the industry today!
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
This unit allows for the remote operation on one, two, four or more motor, boat lifts from the land or on board the vessel AND also controls dock lights or electrical accessories at the waterfront.
These control the extent of lift travel up and/or down. This eliminates the chance of cable fowling or breaking.
A safe and secure, flip-up boarding option for floating or fixed docks, piers and seawalls.
Boarding Platform with Hand Rail.
A convenient way to work on stern drives, transoms and lower outboard units from the boatlift. It attaches to the rear or stern lifter beam.
Provides a convenient way for the boat owner or service person to clean, wax or service the sides and bottom of a vessel. It also allows an operator to install shrink-wrapping around the vessel for the winter.
ANGLED LIFTER BEAMS
This option is used when the water, next to a bulkhead or seawall, is too shallow to use conventional, straight lifter beams.
3-STEPS FOR CATWALK
When mounted to a catwalk these all aluminum steps (2 step also available) allow the boater to board the vessel from along side the hull.
DRIVE SHAFT COVERS
These covers, in a LOW PROFILE installation, are installed over the top rail beams. They also provide a stepping surface for the boater.
BUNK RISER BRACKETS
These options are for the boater who, in most cases does not want wood in contact with the hull bottom. These bunks also replace wood that is not allowed to be used in certain waterways of particular counties in the U.S.
These options are also used when the boat owner has a deep “V” hull, a trawler type hull, steps in the hull bottom, a hull with a keel or other configuration that does not allow the use of conventional straight carpeted bunks.
These optional brackets allow (2) top rail boatlift supports to be mounted on the same pair of piles. This installation is usually found in a commercial marina or when a customer wants to save space and the cost of extra piles.
SNAP-IN TRANSPARANT COVERS FOR ALUMINUM LIFTS
These hi-impact smoke colored formed Lexan® covers protect the cable and winders and add beauty to the lift top.
These provide a simple structure to attach a rigid or canvas roof over a boatlift. The roof keeps rain, sun, snow and ice and other debris off the boat.
This device automatically self-centers the boat or yacht hull on the bunk supports. Ideal for lifts that operate in rough waters and high winds. The device is also used to brace and support the guide poles (in the boat bow too!!) on any aluminum boatlift.
These davits are available from 650 to 6,500 lbs. each
Davits available with Gear Drive® winch option.
FINGER PIER LADDERS
FLOATING DOCK LADDER