How to Select a Dock

DAKA makes selecting a dock easy. Just figure out the dock type you would like, choose a configuration, select your decking, that add your accessories.

Dock Types

Truss Style and Low Pro Roll-In Docks

Roll-In Docks are ideally suited for hard, sandy or rocky bottoms and gradual-slope lakeshore. As their name implies, Roll-In Docks can be installed and removed by simply rolling the entire dock in and out of the water.

WideFive

WideFive Docks

The WideFive Dock System is, by nature, a Roll-In Dock, making it ideal for firm bottoms and gradually sloping shorelines. The WideFive can be easily installed and removed as a single unit or in sections.

Sectional

Sectional Docks

Sectional Docks are a good fit for steep drops and rugged shoreline, which may not allow you to "roll in" a full length dock. With various lengths of support poles, Sectional Docks also can accommodate quick drop-offs.

Floating Docks

Floating Docks are best suited for shorelines with fluctuating water levels or swift currents. Much like a Sectional Dock, Floating Docks are dependent on bottom type or slope.


Configuration


Configuration

Roll-In Docks

DAKA's Roll-In Docks are constructed using 4 x 8-foot sections, and are configurable to nearly any length or configuration.

Floating Docks

Modular 4 x 8 Float Sections allow you to configure, rearrange and expand your dock in an unlimited variety of shapes and configurations. From cabin lakeshores to marina applications, DAKA floating docks are a perfect fit.

Configuration

WideFive Docks

DAKA's WideFive Roll-In Docks are constructed of 5-foot 4-inch x 12-foot sections, and are configurable to nearly any length or configuration.

Sectional Docks

DAKA's 4 x10-foot Sectional Dock frames are configurable to nearly any length or configuration.


Decking:  Roll-In, WideFive, Sectional Docks

Match your needs, style and environment with one of our DAKA decking options.

Cedar

Cedar

Titan

Titan

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