Pontoon Docks

Pontoon Boat Lift and Floating Pontoon Dock Solutions

Jet Dock's popular floating pontoon dock stores your craft entirely out of the water, whether you have a twin-hull or tri-hulled pontoon boat. Our pontoon boat lift is ideal for outboard and jet-drive powered watercraft. Portable and expandable, the Jet Dock pontoon lift can be used in any water level, with or without an existing structure. Each pontoon dock is maintenance-free and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

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Pontoon Boat Lift Modular Design

Every Jet Dock pontoon boat lift is expandable and interchangeable, making it extremely versatile. Expanding your lift to include a floating pontoon dock makes it safe and easy for you to dock your watercraft and use your pontoon lift as a convenient walkway system. And due to the easy modular design, each pontoon dock can be quickly customized to fit your setup. Planning to upgrade your pontoon boat for a larger style? Not a problem! Simply add to your current pontoon boat lift configuration with no special tools required. It's really that easy.

Designing Your Floating Pontoon Dock and Boat Lift

The exact design of your new floating pontoon dock and lift will be determined by the distance from the center between the hulls. We include everything you need for easy installation with our floating dock for a pontoon boat, including the winch, fasteners, launch systems, structural beams and more. Air-assisted packages can be added to our systems for pontoon boats and catamarans for overall ease of use. Some boat models require the air-assist feature. For more information, exact pontoon boat lift design or help ordering, we have representatives waiting to help.

Standard Pontoon Boat Lift Features

  • Pre-assembled sections for easy installation of static systems
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • Durable, high-density polyethylene construction
  • Patented drive-on ramped design
  • Patented modular, changeable configurations
  • Non-skid surface
  • Expandable walk-around space
  • Perimeter tie-off cleats
  • Provisions for security systems
  • Dry, self-bailing and water-draining deck
  • Bow-retention winch turret
  • Patent-pending submersible deck technology
Pontoon Boat Lift Diagrams & Schematics

Pontoon Lift Diagrams & Technical Schematics

For product specifications and to view a larger image of our pontoon lift, click the image at left. Have a question or need additional information regarding our floating pontoon dock design? Reach out to a Jet Dock representative today.

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Pontoon Boat Lift Online Catalog

Designed for watercraft up to 30' and 8,000 pounds, the Jet Dock pontoon boat lift is a versatile solution for your docking needs. Our floating pontoon dock lets you keep your craft safe and out of the water. Have a catamaran? No problem — we have you covered there, too.

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Not Sure What You Need? USE THE DOCK FINDER!

Our handy Dock Finder helps identify the best floating pontoon dock for your needs. Simply provide some basic information, like boat length and dock location, and we'll pinpoint the pontoon boat lift that's just right for your craft. Are you docking in deep or shallow water? No problem. We have a pontoon lift solution that will work for you. Whether you want to dock at home or a marina, there's a Jet Dock pontoon dock that fits your space. Try out the Dock Finder today!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Floating Pontoon Docks

Knowing who to trust in the $269 million floating boat dock market can be challenging. But Jet Dock is a tried-and-true source of reliable information about floating pontoon dock solutions. Read the following questions for the answers you need.

What Is the Best Dock for a Pontoon Boat?

The best pontoon dock is the one that protects your boat and provides the necessary access. A pontoon boat lift from Jet Dock ticks all the required boxes.

What Is the Life Expectancy of a Floating Dock?

A floating pontoon dock can last for decades with little to no maintenance required.

What Is the Difference Between a Dock and a Floating Dock?

A traditional dock rests on pilings, while a floating dock rests on the water's surface.

How Deep Does the Water Need to Be for a Floating Dock?

A Jet Dock floating pontoon dock can operate in as little as 3 feet of water at the stern half of a static dock. A minimum of 4 feet of depth is needed for air-assisted systems. Water can be shallower at the bow.

Order a Floating Pontoon Dock From Jet Dock

When you want a durable floating pontoon dock that performs day after day, you want Jet Dock. We offer modular, easy-to-use pontoon boat lift solutions that meet your requirements, keeping your boat out of the water. Contact us today and experience the difference Jet Dock makes.