Leisure Boat Lift Recommendations
Required notice of all 'Work Done' on local lakes.
Process for approval required by the lake front owner.
Moorage ( Website )
Water Act Section 9 ( Website )
Bookings for early Summer are delayed 3 to 6 weeks.
Phone for the Okanagan 250-558-1700 notification and
Leisure Boat Lift Recommends Service Requisitions
Call for service if you are
lifting a different boat that certainly will need a
reconfiguration according to length, width and ribs on the bottom of the boat.
lowering the Leisure Boat Lift, never completely float the boat. Always leave
of the weight of the boat in the carpeted bunks. Backing away from the Leisure
Lift, in reverse gear, use up to 3000 RPM. Safely steer the stern away
from the dock.
Returning to the lift steer the boat between the bunks and power the boat
the bunks and up to the leg stop. Powering back onto the lift is slightly
easier, as the
propeller is more effective in forward gear. Lowering the boat to the
depth is that key to the ease of operation. Visual marks are provided to help
the optimum settings for driving on and off the lift. Never allow
the bow while bringing the boat on the Lifter.
Photo taken in 1986 Brand Spanking New Leisure Boat Lifttm
With concern of high winds and
rough water conditions, have the lift bed slightly higher
for leaving, under more power in reverse gear. This slightly
higher bed and bunk setting
will aid coming back onto the bed system. It will keep the boat rested
into the deep swell of the waves and held much tighter while powering
onto the bunks
as they form a holstering effect. Leisure Boat Lift is very forgiving in
the lateral movement.
Give and take with the waves assures no damage to structural strength of
Photo on Nov 11 2011 Refurbished Leisure Boat Lifttm