We are unable to quote prices on trailers because it entirely depends upon what type of boat is being used. Please call for an estimate.
The most important aspect in selecting the trailer you need is weight capacity. The proper trailer for your boat will carry the fully loaded weight of your boat plus approximately 10% overage for safety purposes.
Your required length should take into account the overall length of the boat and bow pulpit without adding for swim step. Unless your boat is unusually light or heavy for its length, trailers do provide ample adjustment.
Brakes are required on many trailers although laws vary from state to state. Please refer to your state trailer law websites for your local requirements. It is the sole responsibility of the owner to comply with all applicable laws.
ROLLERS OR BUNKS?
Each system had its own advantages. Roller trailers will roll the boat off and on in lower tides or shallow ramps; bunk trailers will support more area under the hull.
Once you have decided on the correct capacity, length and type of hull support the trailer must be fitted to the hull. This is often a relatively easy task, but since correct hull support and balance are critical for your hull and your safety we recommend the experts perform the adjustments. This will add a minimal hourly fee or flat rate that is well worth the cost.