ShorePort PWC Drive-on Dock connected to Floating Dock



ShorePort connected to Floating Dock. Tan ShorePorts have a 4-5 week lead time.


No electricity, no waiting. After a great run, give your Personal Water Craft one last flick of the throttle and slide up on a ShorePort for the fastest, easiest, simplest dry dock on the water. With a ShorePort from ShoreMaster, you just drive on to load and roll off to launch. The three polyethylene rollers make launching easy and the simple design has excellent aesthetics. Shipped to all parts of the United States.

ShorePort can be attached to nearly any floating dock system, and ShorePort works great with any standing or wheel-in style dock system. Simply position the ShorePort alongside, or perpendicular to your dock system for quick and easy access to your jets ski or wave runner.




  • Three Adjustable Rollers
    • ShorePort features three adjustable polyurethane rollers that conform to nearly any PWC hull style. The smooth action of the rollers allows for simple entry and exit of the ShorePort.
  • Slip Resistant Surface
    • Access your personal watercraft safely and with confidence with the textured, slip-resistant surface of the ShorePort’s walking surface. Deep grooves allow water to drain from the surface.
  • 8″ Tie Down Cleat
    • ShorePort’s 8″ tie-down cleat allows you to quickly and easily secure your personal watercraft on the ShorePort for extended storage. The 8″ tie-down cleat will not rust or corrode.
  • 1150 lbs to 1450 lbs Capacity
    • ShorePort provides 1,150 lbs. capacity. The addition of supplemental flotation allows you to increase ShorePort capacity in 100 lb increments up to 1,450 lbs total capacity.

Capacity: 1,150 lbs. – 1,450 lbs.*

Length: 138″

Width: 58″

Weight: 260 lbs.

*Standard capacity is 1,150 lbs. additional capacity provided by supplemental flotation in 100 lb increments up to 1,450 lbs.



8 Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty




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