Service Types

Towed Service

Towed Service is the base level of service for boat transport. The Service Provider will use their truck to tow your boat and trailer to the destination. This service is only for legal trailers and boats that are roadworthy for the trip.

Open Transport

Open Transport service offers the standard level of care boat transport. The Service Provider will carefully load your boat onto an open trailer that they provide and will tow the trailer to the delivery location and unload your boat.

Flatbed Transport Service

Flatbed Trailer service is commonly used for boats that are too large for standard boat trailers and also for smaller boats on trailers in cases where the boat owner does not want to put any mileage on their trailer. The customer generally arranges lifting/loading of the boat separately through a boatyard or marina. The Service Provider assists with the rigging and tows the trailer to the delivery location.

Enclosed Transport 

Enclosed Transport service offers a premium level of care for overland boat transport. The Service Provider will carefully load the boat into an enclosed trailer that is protected from the elements and road debris. This service is commonly used for rare or high-value boats or for transport through extreme climates. Since the boat has to fit completely within a truck trailer, this service is only available for smaller boats, with a beam of approximately 2.4m or less.

Skipper Delivery Service

Skipper Delivery is a basic level of service where the Service Provider captains the boat to be transported on the water to the destination. This service is useful for moving larger boats, transporting a boat internationally and for shipments with a practical water route where the customer does not mind the extra wear on the boat.