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sulmaxwell 05-16-2006 10:27 PM

This year..I am excited to Moore my "lovely" @ a local marina..they will allow hoists,,,I am looking @ that potential as well to cover the hoist..anyone ever built up a covered hoist for their moorage..with out having to fold the tower???? <BR>Additional coverage so not to reak havock on the factory tarp...?? <BR>Tips on tying the boat down..bumpers etc...so she soes not break loose??? <BR>

sulmaxwell 05-16-2006 10:29 PM

oh yeah..pics would be cool...@ this point I am considering the option of a COSTCO 10X 20..with additional tarp to cover it from the SUN/Weather extremeities..and to make it more secure..

acurtis_ttu 05-17-2006 7:42 AM

Before you do anyhting check with the local authorities who govern the body of water the baot will be on....most will haev restrictions on what can and can't be built as far as roof type structures.

billybobfl2001 05-17-2006 9:00 AM

When I built my boat dock I made sure to make it tall enough that I could leave my tower up. The problem that I discovered by doing so it doesn't provide a lot of protection from the rain and sun. Anything but a straight up/down rain or a noonday sun still exposes the boat to the elements. <BR> <BR>I have found that if I fold the tower down and crank the lift up higher it does provide better protection. However, I like to get in the boat, crank down the lift and be on the water in 2 minutes or less, so I am trying to find a boat cover to provide a little more protection. <BR> <BR>The covered boat dock does keep the birds and bird poop off the boat and it does protect it more than being uncovered, so overall, I think it was a good investment.

acurtis_ttu 05-17-2006 9:17 AM

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