Question about Boating
First of all you should know the height, length, width, and weight of your trailer, which is important and it will make it possible for you to transport your boat. Or if you want you can hire a boat transport services, by taking reference from the Internet or you may ask your friends or relatives if they had ever shipped a boat from transporters, because a boat delivery company had an experience in transporting boats and yacht safely.
Posted on Aug 19, 2017
Agree totally with the previous answer. However, I'm not convinced that a safety margin of 100% of total load is absolutely necessary - I reckon 50% is sufficient.
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
Never buy a trailer with the same capacity as the weight of your boat! This can be very dangerous! Instead, make sure the trailer's capacity is at least twice that of the weight of the boat, all your gear, and the boat's motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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