Kayak Lift


Launch or dock your kayak from the seawall with our NEW Kayak Launch Lift!

You most likely love to be on the water, enjoying the scenery, discovering new things and breathing in the fresh air as you explore in your kayak. Getting in your kayak is a different story. Is your dock too high to safely launch your kayak? Does your dock even have a ladder down to the water? Have you come up with a method to launch your kayak that is very awkward and uncomfortable? Have you seen a kayak dock lift from other manufacturers that looks poorly made, shakes and wobbles, and quite frankly, looks unsafe to operate?

Do you find yourself using your kayak less than you would like because of these issues? Are you ready to kayak without these aggravations?

Kayak lifts for docks, developed by IMM Quality Boat Lifts, are a simple solution to get you back in the water in no time. With three generations of engineering experience, we designed our kayak dock lifts to be easy to use, take up a minimum of space, and still be built strong enough to last a lifetime.

IMM Quality Boat Lift’s innovative new kayak dock lift lets you easily get your kayak in and out of the water from your dock or seawall. This lift is offered with an ADA-compliant, built-in angled ladder for comfortable climbing. IMM Quality’s kayak launch lifts have a non-slip boarding platform to make getting in or out of your kayak safe and easy. The kayak launch lift also has an aluminum handrail for secure boarding and added safety. These kayak lifts for sale are available in three sizes (standard, large and dual) to suit your needs. The adjustable nylon bunks can accommodate any kayak size, as well as other small watercraft like canoes and paddleboards.


  • Easy to install
  • Welded aluminum construction / stainless steel hardware
  • Supports up to 1,000 pounds
  • Up to 7-foot travel distance available
  • Non-slip boarding platform
  • Adjustable nylon bunks for kayaks of varying width
  • Hand winch with auto-brake controls the up-and-down movement
  • Grab rails provide stability during boarding
  • No components below water in up position
  • Out of water to protect the hull
  • Protects against corrosion, marine growth and wake damage
  • Convenient and stable access
  • Makes boarding easier
  • Provides access to clean the hull
  • Perform maintenance on the boat with ease


  • Mounts to seawalls or permanent docks
  • Electric winch with solar power
  • Built-in paddle hooks
  • Regular platform (16″ by 48″, 600lbs capacity)
  • Large platform (24″ by 48″ with 1,000-pound capacity)
  • Dual launch platform (24″ by 84″ with 1,000-pound capacity)


Specifications for the Kayak Lift are shown in the following chart:

Kayak Launch Lifts Specification Sheet

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Our product lines offer a variety of standard and customizable options to suit the budget and specific needs of virtually any boat owner. To request an estimate, please fill out the form below to be connected with a local boat lift dealer near you. Your local boat lift dealer will reach out to you within two business days to provide the information you requested.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about KAYAK LAUNCH LIFTS:

A kayak launch lift is a device designed to help kayakers easily and safely launch their kayaks from a dock or seawall into the water.

Kayak launch lifts offer easy installation, non-slip boarding platforms, adjustable nylon bunks for various kayak sizes, and grab rails for stability during boarding, providing convenient and stable access to the water.

The lift uses a hand winch with an auto-brake to control the up-and-down movement, allowing kayakers to safely lower their kayak into the water and lift it back up after use.

Yes, the lift's adjustable nylon bunks can accommodate kayaks of varying widths, as well as other small watercraft like canoes and paddleboards.

Yes, there are options for mounting to seawalls or permanent docks, electric winches with solar power, built-in paddle hooks, and different platform sizes to suit various needs and preferences.