LilliPad Marine has revolutionized the way boaters jump into the water with the world’s only, patented, diving board for boats. It’s time to take boating at your favorite lake to the next level! by lillipadmarine.com.
What styles of boats can a LilliPad Diving Board be installed on?
LilliPad Diving Boards can be installed on nearly any boat 18 feet in length or larger with a solid, flat surface for installation. Popular boats include pontoons, houseboats, motor yachts, and cabin cruisers with integrated swim platforms.
Will this put too much stress on my boat?
LilliPad’s Innovation Award winning design cancels the energy of the jumper by counteracting the force within the framework of the diving board. The result? Exciting spring-action for the jumper, a gentle wave-action for the remaining boaters and very little stress on the boat.
What safety features does the LilliPad Diving Board offer?
LilliPad Diving Boards offer traction materials and an adjustable stabilizer rail for stability. In addition, LilliPad Diving Boards are designed with a quick release pin (that is often kept with the boat keys) and needed to engage the diving platform for use. Thus, the captain of the boat is responsible for positioning the boat in safe water (minimum of 15 feet with no obstructions) prior to engaging the diving board. The quick release pin is also used to adjust the tension of the diving board and to lower the diving board while the boat is in motion, for docking, or trailering.
How durable is the diving board?
LilliPad Diving Boards are built to last. Designed with heavy wall aluminum extrusions, stainless steel hardware and urethane spring components, corrosion and component failure is absolutely minimal.
Who can use a LilliPad Diving Board?
LilliPad Diving Boards are designed for use by children and adults up to a maximum weight of 250 pounds. The diving board is designed with a pin that can be adjusted to strengthen the spring for heavier or lighter users.
Will the diving board interfere with docking my boat?
LilliPad Diving Boards are designed with a quick release pin which allows the diving platform to drop down along the side of the boat while not in use.
Is it difficult to remove the diving board from the boat to stow?
You can easily stow your Lillipad Diving Board by simply unscrewing the three eye bolts that secure it to the boat. The apparatus then separates into three parts (Stabilizer Handle, Ladder, Base/Board) which can easily be stowed. A LilliPad Diving Board Cover is always recommended for use during storage. The diving board cover not only protects the diving board but also pulls the components together for ease of transport.
Do I need to remove the diving board while trailering my boat?
In most cases your LilliPad Diving Board does not need to be removed for trailering. For safe trailering, we recommend locking the stabilizer handle into the lowered position and installing your LilliPad Diving Board Cover which secures the diving platform to the shock tube and protects the board from the elements.
Is it a plank?
LilliPad Diving Boards are NOT a plank. However, unlike a traditional pool diving board, the diving platform itself does not flex. The spring action from the LilliPad comes from the urethane springs which are part of the framework of the diving board.
Are there different sizes or heights of diving boards available?
LilliPad Diving Boards come in one size/height however, we offer two different mounting hardware kits for installation on various types of boats.
What is the difference between a Surface Mount Diving Board and an Underfloor Mount Diving Board?
The difference between a Surface and Underfloor Mount Diving Board is the mounting hardware kit that comes with the diving board. Let us help you decide which diving board is right for you.
Is the mounting hardware difficult to install?
LilliPad offers two styles of mounting kits. We feel that installation is quite simple for a marine professional or skilled handyman but we will let you be the judge. We have several installation videos available.
Posted by Scott Freerksen “The Lake Guy”