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Docks

When it comes to basic marine construction a dock is the typical starting point. Most docks are a 4-foot wide structure that extends out a short or long distance, depending on the depth and weed line of a particular water body. Docks most often end with a “terminal platform” of wider girth that allows for fishing, lounging, or even entertaining. In Florida, it is common to find a roof over a portion of the terminal platform to provide a measure of shade on hot, sunny days. Docks can be further enhanced with stairs, full railings, built in benches, and more. Here are some examples of simple and more elaborate docks:

Visit our options section for a full-range of dock enhancements.