Balex Dock - THE Solution for the Marina, Waterway, or Lake

What is it?

The Balex Dock is a customised floating dock solution that will keep your boat out of the water and give you a controlled launch and retrieve at the touch of a button every time.

The Balex Dock features Balex’s revolutionary Automatic Boat Loader system with a power unit fixed to the dock and is available in a variety of configurations to suit your vessel and requirements. The Balex System can also be retrofitted onto existing floating docks.

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"OUR BALEX DOCK IS PERFECT - SIMPLE TO USE, YOU CAN WALK RIGHT AROUND THE BOAT, AND THERE'S NOW WAY LESS MAINTENANCE. DONE AND DUSTED WITH THE PUSH OF A BUTTON!"
Hayden, Tristram 741, Pauanui Waterways

What are the benefits?

• Easy launch and retrieve at the push of a button – no need for power loading, winching, or multiple mooring lines

• Low maintenance – no more hull scraping and anti-fouling

• Power unit fixed to the dock including a solar power option to keep your battery charged

• High load capacity

• Safe and stable surface

• Easy access around the boat to load/unload gear, fit covers, etc

• Easy access to the motor for maintenance and flushing

• Modular and completely customisable to specific customer requirements for optimal use of a marina or jetty

• Additional units and storage sheds or other facilities can be added as required

• No boat ramps or trailer maintenance

•Balex system allows partial launching with a touch of the remote so engines can be warmed up before departure, providing control and safety

What configurations are available?

• Personal Watercraft Dock

• Balex Sport Dock (4-6m boat)

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• Balex Pro Dock (6-8m boat)

• Balex Pro Dock with storage shed add-on (6-8m boat)

• Balex Pro Dock with personal watercraft add-on (6-8m boat)

• Balex Ultra Dock (8-10m Boat)

Keep your boat out of the water and enjoy the convenience of the Balex Dock – you just might find yourself using the boat a whole lot more!

 

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