Permanent Boat Lift

Pile Mount Lifts

Enjoy the speed and convenience of our dual-cylinder Hydraulic boat lifts with this pile mount application. Our unique above-the-water hydraulic design allows you to get creative so your shorestyle complements your lifestyle. Install high for tidal fluctuation, deck level for a low profile look, or deck over the platform. Hang it from the ceiling, hide it in the roof or mount it under the deck.

ShoreStation Hydraulic Boat Lifts.

Customize your shorefront with ShoreStation Hydraulic Boat Lifts.

This lift design is a traditional approach. Install the lift tubes high for tidal fluctuation or deck-level for a low profile look that doesn’t interfere with accessing your boat.

  • Available in 4,000 to 20,000 lb. capacity
  • Up to 16' lift travel
  • Single push-button remote for hassle free lift operation
  • Standard Safe & Reliable Hydraulic design. Mounts on 4 piles

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several advantages to our hydraulic boat lift over traditional lifts that wind cables around a pole or drum. Below are just a few of the many:

  • Speed – lift speeds exponentially faster result in safer and more convenient operation. Because the platform comes up quicker, it reduces your time needed to hold the boat in place.
  • Longevity – We offer the best warranty in the industry (by far!). Hydraulic lifts do not wind cables creating much less stress on the cables. This allows us to confidently offer an industry leading 15-year warranty on the cables and structure. Watch our video animation of the Cylinder Operation.
  • Hassle-Free – Unlike traditional lifts that can be over-wound or "bird nest" when the cables go slack, our hassle-free cable design makes it impossible for these head-ache situations to occur. We have created a system that protects the user from the lift, and vice-versa!
  • Reliability – 24v DC power with solar charging not only saves you electrical costs, but it adds reliability that the lift will work in any conditions. More importantly, it keeps your waterfront safer when you don’t have to worry about electrical currents near the water.
One of the best features of this system is that it is virtually maintenance free. You don't have to worry about annual inspection costs, greasing gears, or replacing or repairing cables. The only required maintenance is replacing your battery when it dies, which is commonly 3-5 years. You can even leave the battery outside all winter long if it is hooked up to the solar panel or battery tender and continues to get a charge.
Deep cycle group 24 marine batteries are recommended.
Simplicity is the trademark of the system. The lift is easily operated with the single push of a wireless remote and has built-in user safety factors that ensure the user cannot cause any damage to the boat or system itself. If a rare situation does arise where the lift is not working properly, the system can most commonly be diagnosed and fixes on-site without any major tools or repair.
We include Jax Marine Blue hydraulic fluid with all lifts. Rarely will you experience a leak, but in the event that is does happen the fluid is biodegradable and EPA approved. We recommend replacing the fluid every 10 years.
Yes, in the unlikely event of a cylinder failure, it can be replaced. It is also possible to rebuild the cylinder and install new seals. This would be a rare occurrence in our experience. I would equate it to rebuilding your transmission in your car…this usually occurs after 250K miles.
Reliable DC power delivers maximum and constant power, resulting in the fastest lift time of any power system available. No more worrying about low voltage AC power supplies. DC also yields 6 – 8 cycles on a fully charged battery. The Battery Tender or solar panel automatically recharges the battery with no daily maintenance.
The first two numbers listed in the model number indicate the capacity in hundreds of pounds.

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"Best on the market in terms of speed, ease of installation, low maintenance, and reliability."
Marcus Dominguez, Kinsel Docks