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Tilt-Up PWC Rails for Houseboats

Our PWC Rails fit any houseboat, yacht, pontoon boat, dock, or marina pier.

They are easy to install, and are fully adjustable to any angle so your PWC will always be out of the water, clean, and ready to launch with the push of a button!

And when your PWC is unloaded, the Rails tilt up and out of the way so you have your entire swim platform available for swimming, playing, and fishing.

It also makes it easier to maneuver around the marina or in small coves since there is no structure extending beyond your swim platform.

(If you are looking for our full-size boat lifts, click here.)


Advantages include saving money...

If you don't already have a PWC ramp on your houseboat, they offer several advantages including:

  • Save thousands of dollars a year in slip rental or storage of your PWC.
  • No need to purchase or rent a detached lift or floating dock to keep your PWC out of the water.
  • No need to trailer your PWC back and forth to the lake. It is always there, ready for play.
  • Keep your hull clean...out of the water where algae and other stains will develop.

Even if you already have some type of PWC rail or ramp, most of them are mounted at a steep angle, encroach up onto the rear deck, and take up valuable swim platform space that could otherwise be available for fishing, swimming, and other forms of play. Many customers are replacing their existing rails with our more modern, space saving, PWC Rails that tilt up out of the way when not in use.

Background

Years ago, PWC's were raised out of water using an overhead "davit" crane arm and a sling under the PWC. It was dangerous, time consuming, and required at least 2 people. The industry then began making aluminum rails on the rear deck extending over the swim platform and down to the water, covered with carpet or plastic pipe. The PWC's were then winched up the steep incline with the aft end barely out of the water, and often dragging in it a covered with algae.

Our Solution

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Our Rails mount completely on your swim platform without encroaching on your rear deck. They extend out over the water which is considered "free space" and completely out of the way. They handle the largest modern 3-seater PWC's.

You just hook the cable to your PWC, push a button, and the winch pulls it up onto the rails where it is stored until your next ride! The rails are strong 2x4 inch rectangular aluminum tubing, topped with rugged anti-static UV-protected UHMW (Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene) which is the same material that covers the hulls of high-impact air boats and river-rapid jet boats that bounce over rocks and logs. UHMW is self-lubricating and very slippery so it protects your PWC hull and makes it very easy to load and unload.

 

 

 

NOW AVAILABLE ON NEW HOUSEBOATS

We are very honored that our Divnick PWC Rails are offered as an option on new houseboats by these manufacturers! This speaks to our quality and reliability since they have always built their own rails in years past.

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Self-Install Friendly

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If you have any questions, please call me at a 1-937-384-0003 (Eastern USA) or send an email to sales@divnick.com. We will reply immediately. We take great pride in fast communication.


 

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Click here to see Loading and Unloading Instructions

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