With many different models to choose from, it is easy to find the right lift.
What kind of shoreline do you have?
Cantilever lifts are perfect for shallower waters. As the lift is lowered into the water the carriage on the cantilever lift moves backwards into deeper water. Our cantilever lifts have 40” of lift travel, this is plenty for most operations.
Vertical lifts are perfect for shorelines where the water levels tend to fluctuate. With the ability to travel 65” it will keep your boat high and dry. Whether you want a more compact design, have large waves to tend with, or just want to tuck your boat up tight under a canopy a vertical lift offer many advantages.
Wide Range of Applications
The 1800 lb. lift is our smallest lift, but is not to be underestimated. Both the 1800 lb. and 2400 lb. lift are available with a 96” wide load beam or a 108” wide load beam. It is mainly used for boats 16’ to 17’ depending on aluminum or fiberglass and small pontoons up to 20’. Always check your boat’s manual for weight before deciding on a boat lift model.
In the 3600 lb. and 5000 lb. lifts, we offer a 114” wide load beam option to accommodate wider pontoons. Select cantilever lifts offer an optional rear cutout, designed especially for direct drive ski boats. This cutout piece provides ample room for the shaft assembly on the direct drive ski boats.
The 5000 lb. is the largest lift we produce. This strong and dependable lift uses a time tested and proven chain driven brake winch to provide long lasting reliable service.
All Vibo lifts come standard with leveling legs, adjustable bunks and will accommodate canopies in several sizes. Vibo lifts are designed so that you can add any Vibo lift accessory to your operation at any time. (This includes all lifts previously purchased.)