Popular boat lifts form part of renovation project

Safe Harbor North Palm Beach in Florida recently installed 18 four-post boat lifts from Golden Manufacturing. Part of a larger renovation project, the addition gives slip holders the option of a premium storage solution.

Eight of the lifts are for vessels of up to 24,000 lbs (11,000 kg) and ten for boats up to 32,000 lbs (15,000 kg). The CE-approved lifts are built to ISO 9001:2015 standards using only fully welded marine-grade T6 aluminium with 300-series stainless steel hardware. This dramatically reduces maintenance and ensures long-term structural rigidity. Each is powered by the renowned Golden Sea-Drive lift motor.
“All 18 lifts have signed contracts,” confirmed Josh Steib, Safe Harbor North Palm Beach general manager. “Feedback so far has all been positive – people love them. They’re easy to get on and off and lift evenly every time without issue.” The installation of the lifts is part of Safe Harbor’s master plan for its North Palm Beach location, which also included rebuilding two seawalls and replacing batter piles.
Just a mile from the Palm Beach Inlet yet three miles inland, keyhole-shaped Safe Harbor North Palm Beach is a hurricane hole and can offer refuge from serious storms. The marina has hardwood-decked floating docks and a wide array of shoreside amenities including a newly-added permanent food truck and live music. Additionally, members have access to swimming, golf and tennis at nearby North Palm Beach Country Club.


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