Assembly Instructions

On-post structure

  • Gentle to moderate slope
  • For bodies of water with little to no water level fluctuations
  • Water level: 0 to 6 ft max.
  • Must be removed for the winter
  1. Shoreline
  2. Gangway
  3. Dock
  4. Galvanized steel posts

Mixed structure

  • On-post structure at the front, followed by semi-floating and floating sections
  • Sandy bottom for the first section
  • Gentle slope followed by a steep incline
  • Must be removed for the winter
  • Ideal setup for water level fluctuations
  1. Shoreline
  2. Posts
  3. On-post gangway
  4. Semi-floating
  5. Float drums
  6. Chain bracket
  7. Cinder block (anchorage)
  8. Floating

Floating structure

  • Semi-floating setup at the shoreline, followed by floating sections
  • Soft, muddy or rocky bottoms
  • Unlimited depth
  • Can be left in place during the winter under certain conditions
  1. Shoreline
  2. First posts
  3. Semi-floating
  4. Floating
  5. Float drums
  6. Chain bracket
  7. Cinder block

Floating structure – steep shoreline

  • First section with steps followed by semi-floating and floating sections
  • For steep shorelines with a difference in level above 6 ft
  • Shoreline depth: 0 to 6 ft
  • Ideal for rough terrain or steep shoreline access
  • Must be removed for the winter
  1. Posts
  2. Railing
  3. Steps
  4. Steep shoreline
  5. Semi-floating gangway
  6. Float drums
  7. Floating
  8. Cinder block
  9. Chain bracket

Floating structure (from a cement or rock wall)

  • Mainly for rivers or lakes with rocky or pebbly shorelines
  • First part semi-floating followed by floating
  • Various depths and lake bottoms
  • Must be removed for the winter
  1. Shoreline
  2. Cement or rock wall
  3. Semi-floating gangway
  4. Floating
  5. Anchoring bracket
  6. Float drums
  7. Floating
  8. Cinder block
  9. Chain bracket