Float Lifts of the Carolinas has a used 4400# HarborHoist Floating Boat Lift for sale. The customer has purchased a larger lift and needs to sell the current lift.
The 4400# lift is located in Wilmington NC, but can be delivered to a boat ramp located near your slip anywhere in Coastal NC/SC. The lift is approximately 2 years old and is in great condition. Please call or email for more details.
“Portable doesn’t always mean more affordable.” When comparing our lifts with any of our competitors’ lifts, you will see that there is really no comparison at all. The materials and process that we employ are far superior in every regard. With the HarborHoist, our customers are receiving much more than a few cables, pulleys and a motor. The Harborhoist is constructed of materials that are extremely heavy duty, well built, and meant to last for possibly a lifetime. Our lift provides your boat with a very safe, stable and protective foundation.
While it would be nice, ideal even, to offer our lifts at costs lower than our competition, it would be unfair to match the prices of inferior units. Oftentimes the cheapest options cost more in the long-run with maintenance, repairs, and replacements. This is true in all sectors, from cars to houses to boats. It is important to purchase a product that will be as dependable as the people who make it, and HydroHoist firmly stands by its commitment to the customer
We believe the HarborHoist to be one of the most environmentally friendly boat lifts on the market today. All the components are non-corrosive and non-polluting, harmful bottom paint is no longer required with a boat lift, extra chemical filled pilings that disturb the bottom floor are not required, and the lift allows for plenty of water flow and ultraviolet rays. Installation of the HarborHoist Floating Boat Lift simply requires moving your boat out of its slip, moving the boat lift in, tying it to your dock, and subsequently placing your boat on the boat lift where it is safely docked and dry. Despite this environmentally sound solution to reducing the amount of pollutants in the water as well as keeping your boat dry, in nearly all bodies of water, a permit is still required. Regulations, permitting procedures and laws vary among cities, counties, states, and different bodies of water. While many rivers and lakes do not require permits, nearly every area along the coast does. Float Lifts of the Carolinas requires every customer to examine their local requirements before installing their new lift. If you are in NC, please contact the CAMA division of NC Department of Environmental Quality. In all other locations, please contact your local county permit office on how to proceed.