Posts Categorized: Dock Accessories

Christmas Gifts for the Boater in Your Life

christmas presents under a Tree

If you’ve got a friend or family member who practically lives on the water, you may be wondering about the perfect Christmas gift. Read on for a few great ideas for holiday presents the boater in your life will love. A good pair of boots Boats.com suggests water-resistant boots, including leather boots that are seam-sealed… Read more »

Make Docking Safer with Dock Bumpers

benefits of having dock bumpers.

If you are a boat owner or someone who takes their boating seriously, then you absolutely must invest in some of our dependable vertical dock bumpers. Cost-friendly and well made, these bumpers can really be lifesavers in a variety of situations. Available to work with both rounded and flat styles, there are a number of… Read more »

Five Ways Your Spring Setup Is Faster with V-Dock

Spring is just around the corner! While we are eagerly awaiting sunshine, flowers and birds chirping, there are a lot of chores to be done to set up everything we stowed away for winter. If you live near the water, dock maintenance can be a laboring springtime chore, but it doesn’t have to be. V-Dock’s… Read more »

Shore Wheel Companion Makes Installing, Removing Docks a Breeze

Shore Wheel Companion

Do you spend time at your place on the lake only part of the year, and want a solution for docking that can adapt to how much you need it? V-Dock is the perfect choice for you, and with our Shore Wheel Companion, you can roll your dock in and out when you need in… Read more »

Keep Your Kayak Ready with a Canoe Rack

Canoe Rack

With Labor Day in the rear view mirror, it will quickly become too cold to swim in most bodies of water, but that doesn’t mean the fun needs to end. At V-Dock, our easy-to-use interlocking dock system allows customers to quickly build docks that can fit both their access area and their needs. Especially as… Read more »

Make Docking Easier with Safety Fold-Down Cleats

safety fold down cleats

Despite having a great day out on the water in your boat, eventually you have to come in and dock it. When you come in, chances are you tie the boat to cleats located up and down the dock. These can prove to be an obstacle sometimes, however, and make getting around on the dock… Read more »

Taking a Dip? Get Stairs or Ladders from Us!

Stairs

Swimming out the lake with your family can be a great way to spend a nice sunny day. Now we all know there are few better ways to get in than jumping in, but what about getting out? Without dock stairs or a ladder, exiting the water can be difficult. Make it easier on yourself… Read more »

Uneven Docking Area? Screw Drive Legs Have You Covered

Many people go through a familiar chore at least twice each year – the chore of putting their dock in the water each spring and then taking it out of the water again in the fall. Docks are often heavy, cumbersome, and difficult to maneuver into the water. All of this is bad enough, but… Read more »

Great Gift ideas for Dock Dudes and Lake Lovers

Solar Dock Lights

Do you have friends who just love to be on the lake in summer? Are they always in the water, on their boat, jumping off their dock, or relaxing with drink in hand on a float? Treat them right this holiday season and give them a gift that they can actually put to good use…. Read more »

Personalizing Your V-Dock

With summer in full swing and outdoor recreation at its most tempting, you’re no doubt enjoying your V-Dock—a versatile, long-lasting docking system perfect for your lakeside home. While V-Docks are attractive in and of themselves, you may want to customize its appearance a bit with some accessories, decorations and lights. Let’s take a look at… Read more »

Pros and Cons of Floating Wheels vs Standard Wheels

Floating Docks

To make the most of the recreational possibilities when you live on the water, you need a dock. It lets you secure your boat when it’s not in use. It’s the launch pad for waterskiing adventures and the perfect gateway to swimming fun. Choosing the right type of dock is a major decision, and selecting… Read more »

Lighting Your Dock for Fun and Safety

Dock Lighting

Having a properly lit dock is important for several reasons. If you regularly have people walking along your dock at night, they will need sufficient lighting to avoid a potentially serious accident. Your dock should also be visible to boats on the water, especially in the dark or on foggy days. It’s surprisingly easy to… Read more »