EZ Port® MAX Entry

SKU# 206030PW Category:

EZ Port® MAX Entry

SKU# 206030PW Category:
149" L x 60" W x 11" H

Each EZ Port is a one-piece unit that can be attached to an existing EZ Dock or traditional dock, or can be used as a standalone docking station. The lifts adjust to changing water levels and protect your PWC from damage caused by wind or wave action. A variety of different models — each with adjustable rollers — can support nearly any personal watercraft. Supplemental flotation is also available for larger and heavier PWCs.

EZ Port is the easiest drive-on, push-off method of dry-docking a PWC of any shape or size – just idle up, ease into the throttle and roll aboard. There’s no winching, cranking, pumping or hoisting required. In fact, it is so simple to use that even beginner PWC operators will find boarding and launching easy, with foot space on both sides and in front to allow ample access and stability. The EZ Port Max entry section is the base unit for all EZ Port Max installations. It can be used with any bow section option for a single port lift or in combination with an EZ Port MAX Extension, EZ Stop Full Deck Bow Section and an EZ Stop Small Bow Section for an in-line two port lift.

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EZ Port is the easiest drive-on, push-off method of dry-docking a PWC of any shape or size – just idle up, ease into the throttle and roll aboard. There’s no winching, cranking, pumping or hoisting required. In fact, it is so simple to use that even beginner PWC operators will find boarding and launching easy, with foot space on both sides and in front to allow ample access and stability. The EZ Port Max entry section is the base unit for all EZ Port Max installations. It can be used with any bow section option for a single port lift or in combination with an EZ Port MAX Extension, EZ Stop Full Deck Bow Section and an EZ Stop Small Bow Section for an in-line two port lift.

We installed our EZ Dock system in February 2008 and have been extremely pleased with its low maintenance, durability, and stability. – Dr. Alan E. Wilson, Auburn University More Testimonials