Sunstream Releases Next Generation Boat Lift

Press Release
Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Sunstream Boat Lifts has released the Sunstream V-Lift, the newest addition to its range of marina- friendly lifts.

The V-Lift is designed to be the next generation of high-speed lift and is claimed to offer a
leak-resistant solution for most sport, ski, pontoon and fishing boats. The V-Lift employs a quad-blower and electric valve system to launch a vessel in 75 seconds and lift it in two  minutes, simply by pressing up or down buttons on its keychain-sized remote control.

The lightweight solution operates in as little as three feet of water and is the first free-floating boatlift to fit into a 10-foot-wide (or larger) slip. The lift can also be side tied.

Complementing Sunstream’s signature ‘dockwith-ease’ design, the new lift provides automatic centering and secure drive-on support. The boat does not need to be secured to the lift in order to achieve level operations, and four independent air tanks and a tank monitoring system which automatically fills the air tanks if a leak is detected give the user peace of mind.


 

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