A slip is an opening in the dock where a boat can be securely stored with protection on three sides. If you only own one watercraft, you may desire a dock with a single built in slip. Add a lift to remove your boat from the water during winter season and install a roof for protection from rain, snow, and harmful UV rays. The single slip boat dock is the perfect solution for storing a boat year-round.
Whether you already own two boats, or plan to expand your fleet, you may opt for floating dock with two boat slips. They often times include an upper deck for lounging and additional storage.
If you own both a boat and a personal watercraft (PWC), like a jet ski, then a dock with a side slip may be the best option for you. A side slip offers the same level of protection for your watercraft as a standard slip, while retaining as much usable deck space as possible.
Platform docks are ideal for fishing, swimming, and lounging. While the platform dock may be the most simple layout, it can be further enhanced by the many accessories and furniture offered. Install a railing for safety, add a roof for shade, chairs or bench for lounging, attach a cleat for boat mooring, or even mount a diving board. Platform docks can also be designed with a low freeboard for kayak launches and rowing applications
Custom dock layouts are our specialty. Whether you want multiple boat slips of varying sizes, or a fully enclosed floating structure, we can build the dock of your dreams. Let us collaborate with you to create a dock that is unique in appearance and the envy of everyone on the water.
Even commercial layouts are fully customizable with the most common styles being E-Shaped or Fishbone. Both of these slip styles can be altered to fit small speed boats or large yachts. Commercial layouts can also include rows of lifts for personal watercraft. Our team of designers will help create a layout that is suitable for any commercial application.