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Marine Travelift

Designed for your lifting needs

Marina Boat Handling Equipment

Why Choose Marine Travelift

Mobile Boat Hoists

BFMII capacities from 25 to 100 tons | C-Series capacities from 150 to 1,500 tons

You can count on Marine Travelift to build boat hoists that meet all your lifting demands for years to come. Every unit comes standard with industry-leading features and is customizable with the most innovative options.

Marine Forklifts

Ranging from 15,000 to 52,000 lbs. capacities 

Marine Travelift Hydro M_Drive forklifts are custom engineered with customized features and options your drystack facility needs to quickly launch boats. Choose from our side or center cab options to ensure your operator has the most comfortable view possible.

Hydraulic Transporters

Capacities ranging from 20 to 160 tons 

Whether using together with our boat hoists or to maximize storage — our self-propelled transporter boat trailers are designed to save you time and space in your boatyard. With loads of different configurations and an open-end design these units can be custom designed to move and store everything in your yard from sailboats to catamarans.

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Find @marinetravelift on social media below to see our latest deliveries, machine set ups, news and more!

Are you an experienced welder? An engineer driven by the opportunity to design world-class machinery? Do you love numbers and the interworking of accounting? Then attend our open interviews event! ...💼

Tuesday, October 5th 2P-6P and Saturday, October 9th 9A-12P at our Marine Travelift location, management will be on hand for immediate interviews for positions such as CNC Machinists, machine assemblers, engineering, purchasing, and more!

See what our operations look like, meet some of the management team, and see for yourself if we may be the right fit for you. 💪

#BigLiftsBiggerOpportunities #MarineTravelift #ExacTech #Shuttlelift

Spencer Yachts in Wanchese, NC, a long time customer located in our Mid-Atlantic region, recently took delivery of their new 75 BFMII Boat Hoist! 🙌🏻

Joining their 100 BFMII, they will ...be significantly enhancing efficiencies at their marina for the upcoming haul-out season, hurricane preparedness, and daily workloads!

#MarineTravelift

There is still a few more days to attend the South Hampton Boat Show, running until the 19th!

Our team is there, at stand J148, sharing all the latest innovative features and options we ...offer with our complete line of boat handling equipment!

#MarineTravelift #SouthHamptonBoatShow

Looking for ways to increase efficiency while at the same time enhancing safety at your marina's and yards with your boat handling equipement? Our wireless remote option on our Hydro M_Drive ...Forklifts does just that! 😉

By utilizing the wireless remote, the operator will have full control from the dock while loading and unloading boats!

✔️ Precision control of the carriage and forks.
✔️ 2 speeds and 7 control functions
✔️ Reduced personnel needed

Take a look at our recent video to see for yourself!

https://vimeo.com/593867607

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Wireless Remote Feature for Hydro M_Drive Marine Forklift

Our Hydro M_Drive Forklifts are built for your needs and designed for your facility. We offer several features and options to select, including a...

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@greatlakesgroup recently hauled the
@uscg 140-foot-Bay-class icebreaking Tug, the KATMAI BAY with their 820C boat hoist, and captured some great photos while doing it!💪🏻📸

...#MarineTravelift

#Repost @greatlakesgroup
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United States Coast Guard @uscg Cutter KATMAI BAY (WTGB-101), homeported in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, arrived at Great Lakes Shipyard for a drydock, inspection, maintenance, and repair contract.

The contract includes hull, propulsion and steering system inspections, as well as steel repairs, hull cleaning and painting. The 140-foot Bay-class Icebreaking Tug was hauled out on Friday, September 3 using the Shipyard’s new 900-ton Marine Travelift @marinetravelift.

The USCGC KATMAI BAY serves throughout the entire Great Lakes system. Unit missions for KATMAI BAY include Icebreaking, Homeland Security Patrols, Light House Projects, Law Enforcement, and Public Affairs.

Great Lakes Shipyard has performed similar drydock and repair projects on most Great Lakes-based USCG Cutters, including the last contact for the KATMAI BAY in 2015.

#uscg #coastguard #katmaibay #travelift #drydock #shipyard #shiprepair #maritime #coastguardcutter

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