are covered structures with direct access to a navigable body of water.
They are used only for the storage of boats and associated equipment.
Boathouses do not contain bathroom or kitchen facilities, sanitary
plumbing, or sanitary drains of any kind. They do not contain a heating
system of any kind. They are not designed to be used for residency.
save on boat maintenance and repainting and increase performance. No
barnacles means no cleaning. Lifts can be fitted for personal watercraft
and boats weighing 500 to 20,000 pounds and are constructed of
galvanized steel or aluminum.
can be installed when physical difficulty is experienced climbing or
descending a set of stairs.
are built to accomodate a marine travel-lift, (a large machine
designed to remove a boat from the water.)