DinghyRamp™ HD Slide-On Boat Lift

Item #  HDS400 / HDS401 / HDS402

Could it really be this simple? Haul your yacht’s tender without removing the motor, without unsightly bars or winches, and without hard to handle parts. Nautley Marine has made it simple and affordable with the DinghyRamp™ HD Slide-On Boat Lift. Non-marking arms with stainless steel hardware allow you to simply pull for retrieval and push for launching.

DinghyRamp™ HD Design:

  • Tender with motor is pulled sideways onto tilting arms
    No interference from docks or neighboring boats
  • Suited for tenders up to 11 feet in length
    Load capacity up to 400 pounds (200 lbs. per arm)
  • Universal Hull Design
    Accommodates soft bottom and rigid inflatables
  • Recommended for all flat bottoms and deep V RIBs
  • Swim Platform Requirements:
    Standard HD:
    Platform depth: 32 inches and larger Or half your tender’s width* Available with or without Quick Kit Mounting Shoes
    Extended HD:

    Platform depth: 28 inches and larger Or half your tender’s width minus 4 inches*

    Quick Kit

DinghyRamp™ HD Advantages:

  • Fixed ramp angle
    Proper angle for easy loading and launching Will not flip under the platform like other systems
  • Shock-absorbing lifting arms
    Arms dampen shock to prevent fiberglass stress cracks
  • Compact and easy to stow
  • Individual lifting arms at only 10 pounds each
    No crossmembers required
  • Will not interfere with your swim ladder
  • Utilizes popular stainless mounting shoes (#QUICKKIT)
    Quickly removes with two push pins No protruding parts when arms removed
  • Mirror polished 316 stainless steel
  • No dissimilar metals, to cause galvanic corrosion
  • No paint to scratch
  • Shipped fully assembled
    No miscellaneous bolt together parts
  • One Year Limited Warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

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 Yacht’s transom configuration and tender’s hull design will affect the required platform size. The DinghyRamp™   will raise the keel of the tender four to six inches above the platform surface. Contact Nautley for analysis.




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