Connecticut Gangway Installation

We sold this gangway system to Tyler in Connecticut. Tyler owns a marine contractor business and was given the job of fixing up the docking area at a lighthouse in Connecticut. The gangway was 20’ long and 4’ wide with a live load capacity of 1,000 lbs. and was decked in a marine grade treated plywood.

Tyler and his team custom built their own dock for the system, assembled the gangway and towed them both out to the lighthouse. They attached the gangway to the island using some of their own custom built seawall connectors. The gangway rolled on the dock and they wrapped it all up by installing a couple of stiff arms to hold the dock in place. Tyler was very happy with the ease of assembly and left us 5-stars in his review.
Here is a link to a video of Tyler’s gangway installation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAXXZuv8Al0
Gangway Shipment

Gangway Shipment

4 Foot Wide Gangway

4 Foot Wide Gangway

Gangway Attached to Seawall

Gangway Attached to Seawall

North Carolina Gangway Project

We sold this aluminum gangway for dock to Tim for a lake in North Carolina. He already had a floating dock but needed to replace his broken down wood gangway. The new aluminum gangway was 32’ long and 4’ wide with a live load capacity of 1,000 lbs. and was decked in treated plywood

Tim cabled the gangway off to some pilings on the shore and attached it directly to his floating dock. The assembly process went smoothly for him and he has recommended our gangway systems to one of his friends.
Gangway Kit Strapped to Pallet

Gangway Kit Strapped to Pallet

Ramp and Gangway

Ramp and Gangway

Gangway mounted with Poles on the Shore

Gangway mounted with Poles on the Shore

Successful Gangway Installation

Successful Gangway Installation

South Dakota Gangway Kit

We sold this gangway system to Peter in South Dakota. He already had a floating dock but needed to replace his gangway. Our gangway kits use a standard width of 4’. Peter needed something a little thinner to fit between his existing pilings, so we manufactured a 3×20’ gangway for him. The gangway had a live load capacity of 1,000 lbs and was decked with treated plywood.

The gangway set directly onto his existing dock using dock rollers. Peter held it onto the shore using a pair of posts. Peter set to work and assembled his gangway in only 3 hours. He was extremely happy with the product and the ease of assembly—so happy that he has been offering to assemble our gangways for some of his friends:
Gangway Shipment Arrival

Gangway Shipment Arrival

Rolling Barge Gangway Markings

Rolling Barge Gangway Markings

Gangway Kit after Installation

Gangway Kit after Installation

Washington State Gangway Installation

We sold this gangway system to David in Washington. He already had a stationary wood dock and an existing floating dock but needed to replace his connection between the two. The gangway was 28’ long and 4’ wide with a live load capacity of 1,000 lbs. The system was installed on the Puget Sound and took advantage of our ABYC saltwater approved designs.

David and his grandson assembled the first couple of sections in their garage before moving outside to the stationary dock and building the rest out. We supplied seawall brackets and rollers so that the gangway could bolt to the stationary dock and roll along the floating dock. The entire process took David and his grandson a couple of days to complete and install.
Bolting the Gangway Parts

Bolting the Gangway Parts

Gangway Pre Decking

Gangway Pre Decking

Gangway Decking Installation

Gangway Decking Installation

Spanning the Gangway with no Decking

Spanning the Gangway with no Decking

Gangway Fully Assembled and Installed

Gangway Fully Assembled and Installed