Lift lock

(redirected from Boat lift)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
a canal lock.

See also: Lift

References in periodicals archive ?
Contract notice: supply and commissioning of a boat lift
Brogborough Hill lies roughly in the middle of the proposed route, and would require a " boat lift ", like the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland, to allow boats to navigate it.
Hosted on the banks of the Caledonian Canal, the conference will showcase the many attractions of the nation's 137-mile canal network, from the creation of The Kelpies --the largest equine sculptures on the planet --to The Falkirk Wheel's role as the world's only rotating boat lift and an iconic tourism destination.
Pete's recommendations to prevent theft are to make sure neighbors are watching, using a boat lift, locking to the dock with a steel cable, utilizing good lighting and motion detectors, disabling the engines, have a good alarm and a GPS tracking system that will alert you if the boat is moved, then track it.
The public will be able to see restoration work carried out on the network during open days at sites including the Anderton boat lift, Cheshire, Caen Hill lock flight in Wiltshire and the Lune aqueduct, Lancashire.
Ian Misselhorn, Product Director, Marsol International, commented: "We are delighted to have been appointed as the exclusive distributors for the No Profile boat lift systems.
The boat lift was extremely successful and went better than I'd hoped for.
Anderton boat lift in Northwich gives both parents and children the chance to take a trip on the world's first boat lift.
The court held that even if the Davis holding did not apply to the two Cuban citizens who arrived as part of the Mariel boat lift in 1980, their indefinite detention independently raised due process concerns, such that an implicit six month reasonable-time limitation applied to them.
PRINCE Charles yesterday hailed Cheshire's Anderton Boat Lift a ``shining example'' of how Britain's industrial heritage can be given a new lease of life.
The first wheel-based boat lift was proposed by a German engineer at the beginning of this century - though it was never built.
They are being linked again with great ingenuity, the most dramatic example of which is the quite extraordinary rotating boat lift at Falkirk which is to hoist barges up over a difference in level which was formerly dealt with by a flight of nineteenth-century locks that were closed in the 1930s.