If you want more room around your EZ Port, the EZ Dock System provides the ability to expand to offer more dock space or additional docking functionality.
EZ Ports contain no foam fillers. Since we do not fill the void areas with foam, we have to make the walls extremely thick, usually 2.5 times thicker than typical foam filled flotation pieces. The chance of somehow getting a hole is very remote, but if it should happen, the unit is repairable. This is not the case with competitive foam filled products. The EZ Dock product is delivered with an eight year warranty that is not prorated – if the dock fails – we replace it.
Unlike dock mounted crank-up or electric lifts, EZ Ports do not put a load on your existing dock. There are no cables, cranks, controls, or moving parts. Just drive up and you are docked. EZ Ports are the safest way to dock your personal watercraft. A slow, controlled drive on is all that is required to safely park your PWC. No more running in to pilings, bulkheads, or wooden piers.
EZ Ports work with all models of Seadoo, Waverunner, Jetski, Honda, & Polaris watercraft.
Compare warranties! EZ Ports come with an 8 year, non-prorated replacement warranty. Other companies models come with 90 Day or 36 month prorated warranties. We offer the longest warranty because we sell a superior product that will outlast the competition.
The EZ Port is wide enough to allow you to walk completely around the watercraft when it is docked. When two EZ Ports are assembled together, you will have 12” to walk between your two docked watercraft. This means that you have room to put the cover on, open drain plugs, or wipe down your watercraft.
EZ Ports are perfectly suited for either fresh or salt water. All components are constructed of polyethylene, polyurethane, or stainless steel. Barnacle growth will not affect the performance of your EZ Port.
EZ Ports are a one-piece construction. This provides a solid surface for walking and launching. Some products on the market utilize small cubes to construct the lift.
All EZ Port models have a raised bulkhead area at the front of the lift. This greatly reduces the chance of over-shooting when loading. Competitive models that resemble a slab or flat bunk design offer very little to prevent the rider from running the watercraft right off the front. EZ Ports are a heat resistant tan color. Dark colored or black products get extremely hot in the summer sun.
EZ Port rollers are adjustable. This allows you to “custom tune” your rollers to whatever model of watercraft you have. Ideally, you should have just enough of the hull touching the bunks to keep the watercraft from rocking side to side.
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The EZ Port Max is the longest, one-piece drive-on lift on the market with a patented chamber structure. Longer means more water displacement. More water displacement means more buoyancy. The patented chamber structure provides more flotation. With the EZ Port 3, even the heaviest watercraft will be sitting high and dry.
Why EZ Port over competitive products?
EZ Port PWC Lifts can be used individually or can be made part of a complete EZ Dock System. Additional EZ Dock sections can be used along with your EZ Ports for walkways, landings, and swim platforms.
The bulk of the weight of your PWC will be on the rollers. When docked on the EZ Port, your watercraft will be sitting level with no need to winch or tie off. A fold-down cleat is provided so that you can secure your PWC when you leave.
Without rollers, your watercraft will have to skid or slide up onto the docking surface which causes wear to the hull of your watercraft. With several models of PWC’s approaching 1000 pounds, you will find the EZ Port polyurethane coated stainless steel rollers make launching a breeze. Imagine trying to push an 1,200 pound PWC off of a dry, plastic deck with no rollers.
EZ Ports have rollers. Other models on the market offer no rollers at all.
EZ Ports lock together using the patented EZ Dock coupler sets. These allow individual lift sections to be converted into a single assembly that can be anchored using a single set of anchors.