1 20’ straight out with a 10’ at right angle. Corner filler with bench and pipe covers.
2 30’ out with 2-10’ sections for a 10’ x 20’ patio. Corner filler with post covers.
3 20’ out with a 10’ ramp. 20’ T with 20’ deck on the left. 10’ on the right. SLX port, ladder, and dock post.
4 20’ out with 20’ at right angle. No post covers.
5 Unique installation in fluctuating water. The ramp was fabricated by the owner. It rides up/down on the dock.
6 A marina in southern Michigan. Our dock replaced a pipe dock that was difficult to maintain in a mucky bottom.
7 Wave Dock in the Winter Slide 1 of 3 - We are asked if you can leave floating dock in ice during the winter...
8 Wave Dock in the Winter Slide 2 of 3 - In a perfect situation the ice will form below the dock and raise it up. When the ice melts it will return to position. There are a couple of disclaimers that should accompany this statement. If your dock is upwind you have a better chance of leaving it in...
9 Wave Dock in the Winter Slide 3 of 3 - Downwind the ice occasionally builds upon itself, putting stress on the dock. When leaving floating dock in during the winter it’s a good idea to remove the 2” reducer bushings. This allows the pier pipe to move more freely in the 6” mooring hole. It’s a good idea to check the dock during the winter just in case something should break loose. The dock in the picture has been in two winters with only one H-Beam connector kit damaged. It replaced a pipe dock in a mucky bottom that was expensive to reinstall every year.
10 30’ out to a 20’ T. 2 SLX jet ski ports. Dock bumpers and post covers.
11 40’ out, 10’ on the left with another 10’ out. 3 sections on the right for a 10’ x 30’ patio. 2 dock benches. A filler corner and post covers.
12 The installations above and below are on ordinary lakes with sandy bottoms. These customers have gorgeous homes and beautiful locations. They wanted a dock to compliment the look of their property.
13 You, or we, can design Wave Armor dock to just about any layout you can think of. Check out the Dock Configurator on the factory web site: Wavearmor.net
14 Baldwin Lake 1 of 3 - Neighbors went together for this common dock. It’s on the north side of the lake that doesn’t get much ice and it’s their hope that they can leave it in during the winter. The accessories; 60 degree section, rounded dock end and bumpers really dress it up.
15 Baldwin Lake 2 of 3 - Hinged Ramp
16 Baldwin Lake 3 of 3 - Shared Dock
17 The new owner of this lake home replaced an old wooden dock with aluminum. He wanted to extend it further but discovered that the sandy bottom turned to muck. Our Wave Armor floating dock was the solution. The installer was able to find a couple of places with a good bottom for the pipe. They lowered the height of the stationary dock where it meets the floating for a smooth transition.