The ShoreMaster cantilever lift is the “Original All-Aluminum Boat Lift.” Cantilever models lift the boat with a pivoting motion. A cantilever lift is generally easier to crank up than a vertical lift because the pivoting action effectively transfers the weight of the boat to the frame. They are also mechanically simpler than a vertical lift with fewer moving parts to wear. Designed for non-fluctuating waters of over 2.5 feet, the simple design of one cable and three pulleys offers proven performance for years of maintenance-free operation.
Brass Pulleys
Brass Pulleys
  • Standard on all lifts except the 50108 and 50120, which use steel sheaves
  • Reduces corrosion so pulleys do not freeze up
  • Anti-Seize Lubricant Applied to Pulleys at Factory
  • Along with brass sheaves, reduces chance of pulleys freezing up
Pulley-to-Rack Connection Pulley/I-Beam Connections
  • The wide pulley location is the best position to apply force to the rack
  • Nylon Bushings at each I-Beam connection (Models 2500 lbs. and larger)
  • Reduces friction and wear at each pivot point
  • Nylon bushing rides on the bolt only to reduce friction at pivot points
ShoreMaster Winch Wheel Winch Wheel
  • All aluminum lift wheel
  • Six spoke strength
  • Aluminum ball bearing knob
  • Powder painted coating
  • Stainless steel cable standard on all lift models


Cantilever Models & Specifications
Model
Weight Capacity
Inside Width
Lift/Travel Height
Standard Leg Length
Overall Width
Overall Length
Winch Model
Canopy Length
1200 PWC
1200 lbs.
64"
28"
24"
72"
77"
DL 1202
13'
40108
4000 lbs.
108"
40"
36"
120"
139"
141 Whisper
23'-27'
40120
4000 lbs.
120"
40"
36"
132"
139"
141 Whisper
23'-33'
50120
5000 lbs.
120"
40"
36"
132"
139"
241 Whisper
23'-33'
 
WARNING: Dry boat weights are often understated by the manufacturer. Also, they do not include gas, gear, etc. Weigh your boat fully loaded to get accurate weight. Warranty is void if the lift capacity is exceeded.