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New UK distributor for High and Dry Boatlifts

Wardle Marine Services, specialists in the design, manufacture and installation of pontoons and drive on docks has been awarded the distribution rights to High and Dry Boatlifts.

High and Dry Boatlift is a dry boat storage solution developed in South Africa.  Boats are driven into the Boatlift between four floatation bins which act as guides. Unique siphoning, lifting and lowering technology then launches or raises the vessel.

The product is already acquiring a wider reach, being distributed in Australia, USA, Israel and the Seychelles.

On acquiring the distribution rights Oliver Wardle said, ‘Over the last few years we have had a few enquiries for larger Boat lifts than we could provide, and finally we have found a reputable supplier with a stunning product that is robust, durable and affordable.’

Ciarran Minns, Marketing Manager for Wardle Marine Services comments ‘We are so proud to have been made a distributor, and extremely pleased that all the searching paid off with such a respectable brand and excellently engineered product. We can’t wait to introduce High and Dry Boatlifts to the UK market and know our customers will be as happy with new Lifts as they are with our current range.’.

The company will still sell their popular Boatlift, Flexiport and Jetports while ‘showing off’ the new High and Dry Boatlifts for customers needing a larger model.

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