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Old 05-15-2003, 01:51 PM
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From all the boat lifts I have seen, I like the hydrohoist the best. Here is the link to their site:

http://www.boatlift.com/

They make a lift that will easily carry your Cig. I have a 14,000lb model for my AT. They are not however shallow draft. If I remember correctly they require about 6 feet of water to operate.

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From all the boat lifts I have seen, I like the hydrohoist the best. Here is the link to their site:

http://www.boatlift.com/

They make a lift that will easily carry your Cig. I have a 14,000lb model for my AT. They are not however shallow draft. If I remember correctly they require about 6 feet of water to operate.
h2owarrior,

I like the Hydrohoist too but not their prices !!! The company that sells them over here are asking over 30.000 $ for a lift that fits my boat. It is not like I am trying to buy a car or a small boat they must really laugh their ass off everytime they sell one. My problem is a very narrow slip "11 feet" and the water is deep like 18 feet. This rules out a lot of lifts.

Thanks for all of your comments ! keep them comming.

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If you don't mind traveling a little or alot (Denmark???). Might try the attached, hydrohoist and boatfloaters are always available.


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I can answer pricing inquiries on all Sunstream products, including an OSO discount. However, I'd rather do it in direct contact, as to not transact business on this site.
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Peconic...let me get this straight....If it works or not is not as important as how it looks????? Let me stop this conversation before it gets even more bizzar...Sounds like the "Bayliner" mentallity to me
Cig...the "d" model I think sells for less than 4000.00 dollars. It may a bit higher but not much. I paid about 2500 dollars for mine five years ago.
 
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What ever you do... Just be sure you do get a lift.
90% of boat sinkage occurs at the dock. AND, your insurance company knows this.
Be sure to tell your insurance provider that your boat will be on a lift, out of the water. This could be worth several hunderd beans every year!
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I priced an air dock for my 38' PQ it was $3,400.00 It was the D/E Perf. type
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That is cheap. That's all I have to say about that...
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I just bought and installed a 10,000# Galva-Lift for my boat. 3 of us beat up the dealer and got a group price of $5800. It is built WAY stronger than Hydro Hoist.

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I just bought and installed a 10,000# Galva-Lift for my boat. 3 of us beat up the dealer and got a group price of $5800. It is built WAY stronger than Hydro Hoist.
Not sure I agree with the "stronger" part, but they are nice lifts. A 10,000 lb lift is too small for the AT. The boat weighs 10,500 lbs (+ or - depending on fuel, water, etc), had to go with a 14,000 lb model. Also had to go with a long model due to the length of boat. The floats are 32' long. Got it for $7,000 installed and set up for the boat


Cigaretteman, $30,000 sounds like a lot of money. How much of that cost is shipping ?
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