SLX6 Wave Port

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$1,750.99

Wave Armor PWC Ports are virtually the only unsinkable drive-on/roll-off PWC docking systems available on the market!

The Wave Port SLX6 PWC (Personal Watercraft) port is designed to integrate with our Wave Dock Floating Dock System and can also be installed as a stand alone system or connect together to other floating dock brands and structures.  SLX personal watercraft ports are available in two widths to meet the specific needs of both waterfront home owners and marinas.

Features

  • Rotationally Molded UV Protected Polyethylene
  • Foam-Filled Interior (increases buoyancy and structural integrity)
  • Integrated Side Pontoons (increases flotation and stability)
  • Removable Bow Stop with Tie-Down Ring
  • 12 Adjustable Polyurethane Overlaid Wheels
  • Tan Textured Finish
  • Molded-In Mounting Pockets In All Corners (for various anchoring)
  • Integrates With Wave Dock System
  • Can be utilized as a Stand Alone PWC Port, Connect Together or Attach to Other Floating Docks (utilizing SLX Attachment Kits)
  • Port Length: 12 Ft. 8 In. Long
  • Port Width: 6 Ft Wide
  • Weight: 321 Lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 2000 Lbs

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The SLX6 (6 Ft. Wide) Port is designed to provide additional room around the PWC for increased accessibility.

 

Warranty Period: 8 Years

Product Specifications

Weight 321 lbs

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  1. jillbudach

    5 out of 5 So quick and easy!

    jillbudach

    Love this jet ski dock. With the 6ft wide one, there’s plenty of room to walk around to put the cover on or retrieve items from the ski. No more cranking or need for electricity to keep the ski out of the water. Ours is freestanding next to the dock and anchored with 4 poles through the openings on each corner. We live on a small lake with winds up to 40MPH and fluctuating water levels weekly. We never have to move this because the dock floats up or down to the water level! Bravo for less work!! Also, we never worry that a windy storm will blow over a canopy type lift. This is my 1st year driving a jet ski (am a 60 year old female) and I was able to dock it perfectly on my 1st attempt. Almost overshot it once out of 20 times but have quickly perfected the technique. Also, I can dock and undock the ski by myself when no one else is around to play on the water. Love that freedom! It really is as easy as the videos show. Ski locks securely to the front bow stop. We use 2 carabiners for a 10 second hook up! The flat wide surface makes it easy for guests to get on and off the ski. Even for my 81 year old mother in law. I can’t imagine ever again using a crank up lift!

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  2. mikederose

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    mikederose

    Is there a manual that shows the recommended wheel positions for different model PWC?

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    • Wave Armor Customer Service

      Wave Armor Customer Service

      Unfortunately, we don’t have that as there are so many on the market. However we do have a wonderful video that will provide hints on setting the wheel positions for optimum use: https://vimeo.com/229878763

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  3. tak2547

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    tak2547

    How do you move the wheels? Is there a secret to “popping” them out and inserting them in a new position?

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      Wave Armor Customer Service

      Great question! Here is a video that walks you through that: https://vimeo.com/229878763

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